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LOWELL 

DIRECTORY 



SAMPSON, DAVENPORT & GO. 

(Formerly Adams, Sampsox & Co.) 47 Congrrcss ^treef, Boston. 



THOMAS P. JAMES, 

No. 27 Merrimack Street. 



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lommcrcial and Oniamenial Job F ipt'"/ iP'ompdy executed at the 




J. W. BEJ«N>'rT, 



\£iO iJli .'ALE 

Eddy's Patent Self-feeding Stall for Horses. 

Thi8 iniproveaient nas heen largely and siieceFsfulIy operated in most of the cities 
i , : NewEn^'vid. It is neat, cheap, and economical. It has never failed to give 
* t I tire eatislaction. 1 1 a pecuniary ix)int of view, those are losers who do not use it. 

Middlesex, cor. Grand Street, - -^ LOWELL, MASS. 

ILioWell ^tea m 'a.» d Gr a s I* i p e "W o i* k (^ . 

W»9UGHT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE 

STEAM' AND GAS iiriNGS AND FIXTF'^^;^' 

Qf fit ic?«^o., een'^'-mtfy en 'xaoi, 
Grl. 9s,.FAX>e3T c^xx^K IVfiOA. GrAS Slir e ;, -fee. 

lira Finishing in all its hivuches. Contractors tor hen ^inp; by Steam rndlight- 
iu£ b;. ios, Stores, Public iinJdinge, F;>ctories, Tjye arJ J^ org Hou8e8,'*iU. &';. * 

Works No. 84 Middle i-t., Store No. 8 Central St., LoweP; 'ts^ 

rt R. BARKER. • A. T;\-. S 'AX. 



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B, 0. SARGEANT, B-ank Bobk Manufe oburer, 

158 I»Jli»rii^«'i- k »U (See notice on page 5.) 



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FAIRBANKS' PREMIUM 





STANMRD^ SCALES, 

THE GENUINE ARTICLE. 

ACCURATE AND DURABLE. 



TIVELVE PATEHfTS, 

Issued on these scales, ARE NOW IN FORCE, which are a guaranty 

that the inventive skill and enterprise of the manufacturers have 

not slackened with the growth of their 

UNRIVALLED 
REPUTATION. 




A Complete Variety,^^^H 




Sra. 



Hay, Coal, and Railroad Scales ; Platform and Counter, Butchers', 

Druggists', Grocers', and Confectioners' Scales ; Beams, Spring 

Balances, Weights; with Fire-proof Safes, Patent Alarm 

Money-Drawers, Ingersoll's Patent Hay and Cotton 

Presses, &c., &c. 



FAIRBANKS, BROWN, & CO., 

118 Milk Street, 

Cor. Battery march St., 





C HIL s o :n's 




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Believing that great improve- 
ments could be made in the con- 
struction and workmanship of 
Cooking Stoves, and that such 
improvements would be appre- 
ciated by the public, and feeling 
convinced that a long practical 
experience in the invention and 
manufacture of Stoves would 
enable the subscriber to be suc- 
cessful in the undertaking, he 
has devoted himself energeti- 
cally for two years to this object ; and, as a result, is now prepared to 
show, he is happy to say, the most important improvements ever made in 
Cooking Stoves in the United States. This statement is fully confirmed by 

the large number of 
Testimonials received 
from those who have 
used these Stoves the 
past season, and five 
minutes' examination 
of the Stove itself will 
further prove all that 
is claimed for it. 

Sizes suited to all 
practical purposes, 
from that of the small- 
est family to the larg- 
est class of Hotels, 
with or without Wa- 
ter Backs, Exten- 
sion Tops, Hot Closets, Reservoirs, &c., and fitted for either Coal or 
Wood. 

A large supply of these Stoves, together with the CONE FURNACE, for 
Brick Work or Portable Casings ; COOKING RANGES, PAR- 
LOR STOVES, FRAME GRATES, REGISTERS, 
VENTILATORS, &c., &c., constantly on hand 
and for sale at his Foundry in Mans- 
field, Mass., or at his Store, 

99 & lOl BLAOKSTONE STREET, BOSTON. 

GARDNER CHILSON. 

The above articles may be obtained in Lowell of Messrs. H. H. WILDER & Co., 
No. 8 Jackson street, Authorized Agents for the sale of my goods in Lowell. 




EXTENSION TOP STOVE. 



CHILSON'S PATENT CONE FURNACE. 

Patented in the United States, England, and France. 

A Gold Medal was awarded to this celebrated Furnace at a recent Fair of the Mas- 
sachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, and the only gold medal ever awarded 
to any Furnace in Massachusetts. , 




FOR SETTING IN BRICK WORK. IN PORT.\BLE CASINGS. 

This Furnace is now in such general use, and its reputation being so well and fa- 
vorably established, renders it needless to particularize its many superior advantages for 
Warming Buildings over any other known plan. Sizes suitable for Warming all classes 
of private or public Buildings, and for setting either in Brick Work or as Portables. 



Chilson's Patent Elevated Doutile Oven Cooking Range 




This celebrated Range has become 
an INDISPENSABLE FIXTURE in 
all well-regulated Kitchens. It is 
truly the 

COOK'S FAVORITE, 
as can be proved by the many thou- 
sands of Testimonials received. 

Sizes in variety, for Dwellings, Ho- 
tels, &c., with or without 

Water-Backs, for Bath-Boilers, 

and other Washing purposes ; also, 

HOT CLOSETS & HOT-AIR FIXTURES. 

for heating additional rooms, when de- 
sired. 

No Housekeeper will long use any 
other plan of Cooking Range, after an 
examination of this. 

For sale at the Foundry in Mansfield, 
Mass., or at the Store, 99 and 101 
Blackstone street, Boston. 

OAR0NER CBIliSON. 




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JOSIAH GATE8, Proprietor, 

Nos. 4 & 6 DUTTON STREET, LOWELL. 

All kinds of FIRE-ENGINE HOSE made from the best quality Philadelphia and Bal- 
timore Oak Leather, and put together with Tinned Rivets, a new im- 
proYCment, which prevents them from corroding and rotting 
the Leather, will be furnished to order, and war- 
ranted of the very best workmanship. 

Also, Manufacturer of Sh-etched, Cemented, and Stitched 

COTTON-SPINNING BANDING, 
Roller Cloths, Lacings, and Manufacturers' Articles generally. Also, 
Fire Buckets, Blunderbusses, Suction Hose, Couplings, &c., &c. 

Q:^ All orders for REPAIRS of LEATHER HOSE will be promptly attended to. .=^3] 

After numerous experiments with other material for making Hose, — all of which have 

proved of no value, — the public are forced to the conclusion, that 

Safety and Economy in extinguishing Fires, can 

onlj' be obtained by the use of 

LEl^VTHEII^ hose:. 

And we promise our best efforts to furnish a perfectly reliable article, to all 
who mav favor us with an order. 



REFERENCES. 

CiTT OF Lowell, Engineer''s Office, May 1, 1862. 
This certifies that Josiah Gates has manufactured, for the City of Lowell, 3,000 feet of Leading 
Hose, which has been in use upon our Steam Fire Engines about one year. This Hose has stood 
the most severe test to which Hose can be put, — that is, by use upon the Steamers, — and proves 
sound and satisfactory in every particular. We have ordered 1,500 feet more, for use this year. 

WEARE CLIFFORD, Chief Engineer. 
S. 0. BREED, Chief Engineer of Lynn. IGEO. J. DEAN, Chief Engineer of Haverhill. 

BEN.TAMIN ROOTH, Chief Engineer of Lawrence. RICHARD N. ROSS, Chief Engineer of Dover. 
FRANCIS SHELDON, Chief Engineer of Fitchb'rg.iGEO. H. CHICK, Chief Engineer of Bangor. 

I have permission to make further reference to the Agents of the several Manufacturing Com- 
panies in Lowell, where my Hose is in use, viz. : 

Middlesex Mills, Appleton Company, Mass. Cotton Mills, 

Hamilton Man'q Co., Lowell Man'g Co., Boott Cotton Mills, 

Tremont Company, Lowell Machine Shop, Suffolk Company. 

JOSIAH GATES. 



PATTERN, MACHINE, AND MODEL 



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AND PATENT AGENCY, 
]\o. 20 IfllDDLE 8TREET, LOTVEI^L., JTEASIS. 

JOHN E. CRANE, Proprietor, 

Patterns for Machinery, of every description, made at short notice, and in the best 

possible manner. , 

^okls of BuMk s\]t for 1|^ f atat ®ffia, 

Or for representation (however complicated or simple), will be made, to the entire sat- 
isfactioQ of parties interested in the same. 

ALSO, 

Ckane's Patent Cotton-Cleaning Trunks, 

AND 

Crane's Patent Atmospheric Wool-Dryers. 

State, County, or Individual Rights can be procured by applying to the Patentee. 
Drawings, Specifications, and all necessary papers pertaining to the obtaining of 

BETTERS PATENT, 

will be prepared at short notice. 



JOHN E. CRAN E, 

ISr o . 20 lyl i d ci 1 e Street, 
LOWELL. MASS. 



J. W. NASH & CO., 




DEALERS IN 

Cooking, Parlor, and Office 



WOODEN WARE, 

AND 

Kitchen Furniture, 



ISTo. 105 Oentral Street 

AGENTS FOR 

Stewart's CooKmc Stoves and A. C. Barstow's Castings. 

C^ Pump Work and Repairing done to order. .£3] 

AMOS SANBORN & CO., 

AND 

Manufacturers of Silver-Ware, 

FORKS, SPOONS, KNIVES, LADLES, ETC. 

Importers of 

FINE ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES, 

And Agents for the AMERICAN WATCHES for Lowell 
and vicinity. 

The largest assortment of JEWELRY and SILVER- 
PLATED WARE to be found in New England, out of 
Boston, 

MASONI€ JEWELRY ANB 3RE0ALIA 

Manufactured to order, and at very low prices. 

Fine Watches and Jewelry neatly eepaieed and warkanted. Engraving, of 
every variety, executed in the very best style. 
The only place in Lowell where Silver Spoons and Silver-Ware are manufactured. 

No. 25 CENTRAL, CORNER MIDDLE, STREET, 




AMOS SANBORN. 



H. B. BACON. 




THE 







CONTAINING THE 



CITY RECORD, 

NAMES OF THE CITIZENS, 

A 

BUSIlSrESS DIRECTORY, 

AND A 

VAKIETY OF MISCELLANEOUS MATTEE. 
ZSrO. 23. 



BY SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO., 

(Formerly Adams, Sampson, & Co.,) 

PUBLISHERS OF THE BOSTON DIEECTORY, NEW-EXGLAND BUSINESS DIRECTOKT, MASSACHT- 
SETTS REGISTER, ETC. 

OFFICE, 47 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON. 



LOWELL: 

JOSHUA MERRILL, 37 MERRIMAC STREET, 

AND 

B. C. SARGEANT, 158 MERRBIAC STREET. 

1866. 




Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1866, bv Sampson, DateN' 

POET, & Co., in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the 

District of Massachusetts. 



OZO. G. BAND <l ATBBT, PBINTESS, 3 COBNHILL, BOSTOIT, 




LIST OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Abbreviations 29 

Associations 297 

Banks 305-309 

Poston and Lowell Railroad 329 

Business Directory 209 

City Government, 1866 289 

Churches 296 

Clergymen 272 

Commissioners of other States 304 

Coroners 303 

County Commissioners 301 

Counsellors 273 

Counting-room Almanac, 1866 3 

Court Sessions 302 

Expresses 275 

Fire Department 295 

Hotels 277 

Halls, Buildings, &c 26 

Insurance Companies 301-313 

Justices of the Peace 303 

Lowell and Lawrence Railroad 330 

Lowell Gas-Light Company 314 

Lowell Horse-Railroad Company. . . .310 

Manufacturing Companies 315-328 

Masons 300 



Page. 

Masters in Chancery 303 

Middlesex County Officers 301 

Military 304 

Names of the Inhabitants 29 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad 330 

Newspapers 331, 332 

Notaries Public 303 

Odd Fellows 301 

Physicians 280 

Post OflBce 310 

Population of Massachusetts, 1865 . .7, 8 

Police Court 303 

Railroads 329, 330 

Removals, changes, &c 268d 

Salem and Lowell Railroad 330 

Savings Banks 307, 308-310 

Schools and Teachers 29? 

Sheriffs and Deputies 301 

Societies and Companies 297-304, 310 

Stony-Brook Railroad 330 

Streets, Courts, and Places 17 

Telegraph Office 284 

Temperance Societies 300 

United States Internal Revenue 310 

Ward Boundaries 27 



Names in Directory of 1864 8,497 

Names erased in preparing Directory of 1866 2,533 



Names added in preparing Directory of 1866 5,178 

Names in Directory of 1866 -. 11,142 



5,964 



POPULATION OF LOWELL AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

The population of Lowell in 1828 was 3,532; in 1840, 20,766; in 1850, 33,383; in 
1860, 36,827 ; in 1865, 31,004 ; Jan. 1866, 36,876, — a gain of 5,872 in eight months. 



CENSUS OP 1865 -CITIES OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



CITIES. 




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Boston, . . 


115 


80 


20,649 


38,021 


192,324 


51,111 


33,890 


7,952 


Cambridge, . 


24 


19 


4,679 


5,852 


29,114 


7,264 


5,152 


1,148 


Charlestown, . 


11 


20 


3,679 


5,456 


26,398 


6,442 


5,596 


1,008 


Chelsea, . . 


11 


13 


2,535 


3,034 


14,403 


3,685 


2,502 


427 


Fall River, . 


16 


32 


2,265 


3,489 


17,5 25 


4,455 


3,204 


915 


Lawrence, 


14 


15 


2,482 


3,753 


21,733 


5,085 


2,668 


656 


Lowell, • . 


22 


45 


5,324 


6,400 


31,004 


7,774 


5,150 


1,121 


Lynn, . . . 


21 


20 


3,267 


4,434 


20,800 


5,301 


4,212 


269 


New Bedford, 


29 


22 


3,265 


4,487 


20,863 


5,600 


4,545 


351 


New bury port, 


16 


20 


2,410 


2,964 


12,980 


3,300 


2,636 


189 


lloxbnry, . . 


11 


25 


3,746 


5,634 


28,426 


6,442 


4,483 


1,565 


Salem, . . . 


21 


21 


3,074 


4,703 


21,197 


5,153 


3,501 


549 


Springfield, . 


14 


35 


3,556 


5,05!) 


22,038 


6,155 


4,238 


441 


Taunton, . . 


17 


32 


2,507 


3,234 


16,005 


4,154 


o,QSG 


443 


Worcester, 


19 


27 


3,797 


6,048 


30,058 


8,478 


5,880 


769 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



DEALERS IN 

JLadies' & Cents' Boots, ^hoes, Sc Kul>l)ei*!«, 

Combe, Hair Work, Brushes, Parasols, Sun and Eain Umbrellas, Rocking Horses, 

Travelling Bags, Fancy Goods, &c. Also Manufacturers of 

Trunks, Valises, and Carpet Bags, 

114 MBRRIMACK STREET, liOWELIi, MASS. 



CHARLES H. KNOWLES. 

Parasols, Umbrellas, 


Boots, 


JEFFERSON A. KNOWLES. 

Shoes, and Trunks neatly repaired. 


1866 


ALMANAC. 


1866 


JANUARY. 


MAY. 


SEPTEMBER. 


Su 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Mo 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


Tu 
"2 

9 
16 
23 
30 


w 
3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


Th 

4 
11 

18 
25 


Fr 
5 

12 
19 
26 


Sa 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Su 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Mo 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Tu 
1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


w 
2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


Th 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


Pr 

4 
11 

18 
25 

_ 


Sa 

5 
12 
19 

26 


Su 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


Mo 

3 
10 
17 

24 


Tu 

4 
11 

18 

25 


w 

5 
12 
19 
26 


Th 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Pr 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Sa 

1 

8 
15 

22 
29 


FEBRUARY. 


JUNE. 


OCTOBER. 1 


8u 

4 
11 

18 
25 


Mo 

5 
12 
19 
26 


Tu 

6 
13 

20 

27 


w 

7 

14 
21 

28 


Th 
1 

8 
15 

22 


Pr 

2 

9 

16 

23 


Sa 

3 

10 
17 

24 


Su 

3 
10 
17 
24 


Mo 

4 
11 

18 
25 


Tu 

5 
12 
19 

26 


w 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Th 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Pr 
1 

8 
15 

22 
29 


Sa 

"2 
9 
16 
23 
30 


Su 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Mo 
1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


Tu 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


w 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


Th 

4 
11 

18 
25 


Pr 

5 
12 
19 
26 


Sa 

6 
13 

20 

27 


MARCH. 


JUL.Y. 


NOVEMBER. | 


Su 

H 
11 

18 
25 


Bio 

5 
12 
19 
26 


Tu 

6 
13 

20 

27 


w 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Th 

1 

8 
15 

22 
29 


Pr 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


Sa 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


Su 
1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


Mo 

2 
9 

16 
23 
30 


Tu 

~3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


w 

4 

11 

18 
25 


Th 
5 

12 
19 
26 


Pr 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Sa 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Su 

4 
11 

18 
25 


Mo 

5 
12 
19 
26 


Tu 

6 
13 

20 

27 


w 

7 

14 
21 

28 


Th 
1 

8 
15 

22 
29 


Pr 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


Sa 

3 

10 
17 

24 


APRII.. 


AUGUST. 


DECEMBER. | 


Su 
1 

8 
15 

22 
29 


Mo 
"2 

9 
16 

23 
30 


Tu 
"3 

10 
17 

24 


w 

4 

11 

18 
25 


Th 

5 
12 
19 

26 

_ 


Pr 

6 
13 

20 

27 

— 


Sa 

7 
14 
21 

28 


Su 

5 
12 
19 

26 


Mo 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Tu 

7 

14 
21 

28 


w 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 


Th 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


Pr 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


Sa 

4 

11 

18 
25 


Su 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


Mo 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 


Tu 

4 
11 

18 
25 


5 
12 
19 
26 


Th 

6 
13 

20 

27 


Pr 

7 
14 

21 

28 


Sa 1 
1 

8 
15 

29 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



JOSHUA MERRILL, 

mhtWtx anb ^tationtr, 



DEALER IN 



PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS, 



BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER, 



PAPER RULED TO ANY PATTERN. 



IM® 



DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. 



J^.03E]VT FOrt THE 



MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSUEANCE CO., 

N. J. 



37 Merrimack Street, ItO-welh 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



AND FINE 



Counting House Stationery, 

B. C. SARGEANT, 

City Oovernment Building* 

Having increased his facilities for manufacturing, hy the addition 
of new machinery, and secured the services of one of the best Blank- 
Book Workmen in New England, is now prepared to make to order, 
ruled to any pattern, all kinds of Blank Books required hy Manufac- 
turing Companies, Banks, Railroads, Insurance Companies, or 
private individuals. 

Particular attention paid to JRe-hinding Old Books, Pam- 
phlets, Periodicals, Music, c&c, <&c. 

All work done PvOTTiptly f and in the most substantial 
manner. 

A full assortment of Blank Pooks, of tny own make, con- 
stantly on hand, and for sale at the lowest market price. 

Also for sale, a complete assortment of Stationery, including 
every article desired. 

Letter Paper, Note Paper, Envelopes, <&c., are bought directly 
from the tnanufacturers, and will be sold at the very lowest cash 
prices. 

An,' examination of his stock is respectfully solicited. 
Zowell, 1866. ' 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



THE DIRECTOSY OFFICE, 

No. 4r7 Congress Street, Boston. 

KSTABI.ISHED IN 1846 BY GEO. ADAMS. 

Carried on since 1857 by Adams, Sampson, & Co. 

NOW CONTINUED BY 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & 00. 

From this office the 

BOSTOI^ DIRECTOHY 

lias been issued annually for nineteen years. 

THE PROVIDEIVCE (R. I.) DIRECTORY, 

ALBANY (N. Y.) DIRECTORY, 

TROY CN. Y.> DIRECTORY, 

Each annually for about ten years. 

Charlestown Directory, Koxbviry Directory, Fall-River Directory, 
Taunton Directory, Salem Directory, Lynn Directory, Lawrence 
Directory, Newburyport Directory, Lowell Directory, Manchester 
(N. H.) Directory, each biennially for from ten to fifteen years. 

THE NEAV-ENGLAND DIRECTORY 

IN 1856, I860, AND 1865. 

THE NEW-YORK STATE DIRECTORY 

IN 1859 a.ND 1864. 

THE MASSACHUSETTS R>EG^ISTER 

NEA.K1,Y EVERY YEAJK SINCE 1853. 

THE MAINE REGISTER and the RHODE-ISLAND REGISTER. 



Beside the publication of Directories, a great deal of public business of a similar 
character has been done through this office ; some of it as follows : — 

CENSUS OF BOSTON, 1850; 
CENSUS OF BOSTON, MAT, 1855; 
CENSUS OF BOSTON, tTUNE, 1855; 
CENSUS OF BOSTON & JtOXBUBT, 1865 ; 
CENSUS OF VOTERS IN BOSTON IN 1857. 
STATISTICS OF INBUSTBT IN BOSTON 1850. 
STATISTICS OF INBUSTBY IN BOSTON AND BOXBUBY 1865. 

The city has been canvassed twice annually for srxteen years for the Record of 
Births. An annual Census of persons liable to enrolment in the State Militia has 
been taken some sixteen times, and a Census of School Children thirteen times. 

S. D. & CO. offer for sale, beside all Directories published in the United States, 
various Directories from Canada; Directories of London, Manchester, Liverpool, 
and different Counties of England; Paris, France, &c., &c. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPOET, & CO., 

No. 47 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON, MASg, 



POPULATIOiSr OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1865. 



Total 1,367,339. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Barnstable 

Brewster 

Chatham 

Deunis 

Eastham 

Falmouth 

Harwich 

Orleans 

Pro'vincetown 

Sani.Tich 

Truro 

Wellfleet 

Yarmouth 



4,913 
1,459 
2,637 
3,612 
757 
2,294 
3,540 
1,580 
3,475 
4,105 
1,448 
2,298 
2,465 



34,489 



BEKKSHIKE COU2«TT. 



Adams 

Alford 

Becket 

Cheshire 

Clarksburg 

Dalton 

Egi'emont 

Florida 

Great Barrington 

Hancock 

Hinsdale 

Laiiesborough 

Lee 

Lenox 

Monterey 

Mount Washington 

New Ashford 

New Marlborough 

Otis 

Peru 

Pittsfield 

Richmond 

Sandisfield 

Savov 

Sheffield 

Stockbridge 

Tyringham 

Washington 

West Stockbridge 

Williams town 

Windsor 



8,298 

461 

1,398 

1,650 

530 

1,137 

928 

1,173 

3,920 

967 

1,517 

1,295 

4,034 

1,667 

737 

233 

178 

1,649 

962 

494 

9,679 

913 

1,411 

866 

2,461 

1,967 

650 

859 

1,621 

2,563 

753 



56,966 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 



Acushnet 

Attleborough 

Berkley 

Dartmouth 

Dighton 

Easton 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Freeto-i\Ti 

Jiansfield 

New Bedford 

Iklorton 



1,251 
6,200 
888 
3,434 
1,815 
3,084 
2,548 

17,525 
1,484 
2,131 

20,863 
1,709 



Raynham 1,868 

Rehoboth 1,834 

Seekonk 929 

Somerset 1,791 

Swanzey 1,335 

Taunton 16,005 

Westport 2,802 

89,505 

DUKES COUNTY. 

Chilmark 547 

Edgartown 1,846 

Gosnold 108 

Tisbuiy 1,699 



4,200 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



Amesbury 

Andover 

Beverly 

Boxford 

Bradford 

Danvers 

Essex 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 

Groveland 

Hamilton 

Haverhill 

Ipswich 

Lawrence 

Lynn 

Lynnfield 

Manchester 

JIarblehead 

Methuen 

Middleton 

Nahant 

Newbury 

Newburyport 

North Andover 

Rockport 

Rowley 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Saugus 

South Danvers 

Swampscott 

Topsfield 

Wenham 

West Newbury 



4,210 
5,309 
5,944 
868 
1,567 
5,144 
1,630 
1,926 

11,938 

1,620 

800 

10,660 
3,311 

21,733 

20,800 

725 

1,643 

7,330 

2,575 

922 

313 

1,363 

12,980 
2,622 
3,367 
1,196 

21,197 
3,609 
2,006 
6,050 
1,619 
1,212 
915 
2,088 



171,192 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Ashfield 

Bemardston 

Buckland 

Charlemont 

Colerain 

Conway 

Deerfield 

Erving 



1,221 

902 
1,922 

994 
1,726 
1,538 
3,040 

576 



Gill 

Greenfield 

Hawley 

Heath 

Leverett 

Leyden 

Monroe 

Montague 

New Salem 

Northfield 

Orange 

Rowe 

Shelburne 

Shutesbury 

Sunderland 

Warwick 

Wendell 

Whately 



635 

3,211 

687 

642 

914 

592 

192 

1,575 

1,115 

1,660 

1,909 

663 

1,563 

788 

861 

902 

602 

1,012 





31,342 


HAMPDEN COUNTY. 


Agawam 


1,665 


Blandford 


1,087 


Brimfield 

Chester 


1,316 

1,266 


Chicopee 
Granville 


7,581 
1,363 


Holland 


368 


Holj'oke 
Longmeadow 


5,648 
1,480 


Ludlow 


1,233 


Monson 


3,132 


Blontgomery 
Palmer 


354 
3,081 


Russell 


619 


South wick 


1,155 


Springfield 
Tolland 


22,038 
511 


Wales 


696 


Westfield 


5,634 


West Springfield 
Wilbraham 


2,100 
2,111 



64,438 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 



Amherst 

Belchertown 

Chesterfield 

Cummington 

Easthampton 

Enfield 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Hadley 

Hatfield 

Huntinaton 

Middlefield 

Northampton 

Pelham 

Plainfield 

Prescott 

South HadJey 



3,413 

2,686 

802 

980 

2,869 

999 

412 

908 

647 

2,246 

1.405 

1,163 

723 

7,927 

739 

579 

596 

2,093- 



POPULATION OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



Southampton 

Ware 

Westhampton 

Williamsburg 

Worthington 



1,216 
3,307 

637 
1,972 

925 



39,199 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Acton 

Ashby 

Ashland 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Billerica 

Boxborough 

Brighton 

Burlington 

Cambridge 

Carlisle 

Charlestown 

Chelmsford 

Concord 

Dracut 

Dunstable 

Framingham 

Groton 

Holliston 

Hopkinton 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lowell 

Maiden 

Marlborough 

Medford 

Melrose 

Natick 

Newton 

North Reading 

Pepperell 

Reading 

Sherborn 

Shirley 

Somerville 

South Reading 

Stoneham 

Stowe 

Sudbury 

Tewksbury 

Townsend 

Tyngsborough 

Waltham 

Watertown 

Wayland 

West Cambridge 

Westford 

Weston 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Woburn 



1,660 
1,080 
1,702 

820 
1,278 
1,808 

454 
3,859 

594 
29,114 

629 

26,398 

2,296 

2,231 

1,905 

533 
4,681 
8,176 
3,125 
4,140 
2,223 

710 

967 
31,004 
6,871 
7,209 
4,860 
2,866 
6,220 
8,978 

991 
1,709 
2,436 
1,049 
1,217 
9,366 
3,245 
3,299 
1,537 
1,703 
1,801 
2,056 

624 
6,897 
3,779 
1,138 
2,760 
1,568 
1,231 

850 
1,969 
7,002 



220,618 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

Nantucket 4,830 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

Bellingham 1,240 

iiraiutree 3,725 

Brookline 5,262 



Canton 


3,318 


Cohasset 


2,048 


Dedham 


7,198 


Dorchester 


10,729 


Dover 


616 


Foxborough 


2,778 


Franklin 


2,510 


Medficld 


1,011 


Medway 


3,223 


Milton 


2,769 


Needhara 


2,793 


Quincy 


6,718 


Randolph 


5,734 


Roxbury 


28,426 


Sharon 


1,394 


Stoughton 


4,859 


Walpole 


2,018 


West Ro^ury 


6,912 


Weymouth 


7,981 


Wrentham 


3,072 


116,334 


PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 


Abington 


8,576 


Bridgewater 


4,196 


Carver 


1,059 


Duxbury 


2,377 


East Bridgewater 


2,977 


Halifax 


739 


Hanover 


1,545 


Hanson 


1,195 


Hingham 


4,176 


Hull 


260 


Kingston 


1,626 


Lakeville 


1,110 


Marion 


900 


Marshfield 


1,810 


Mattapoisett 


1,451 


Middleborough 


4,525 


North Bridgewater 


6,335 


Pembroke 


1,488 


Plymouth 


6,075 


Plympton 


924 


Rochester 


1,150 


Scituate 


2,269 


South Scituate 


1,578 


Warebam 


2,842 


West Bridgewater 


1,825 



63,074 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Boston 192,324 

Chelsea 14,403 

North Chelsea 858 

Winthrop 634 



208,219 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Ashburnham 

Athol 

Auburn 

Barre 

Berlin 

Blackstone 

Bolton 

Boylston 

Brookfield 

Charleton 



2,153 
2,813 

959 
2,856 
1,062 
4,857 
1,504 

792 
2,100 
1,925 



Clinton 


4,021 


Dana 


789 


Douglas 


2,157 


Dudley 


2,077 


Fitchburg 


8,119 


Gardner 


2,553 


Grafton 


3,902 


Hardwick 


1,968 


Harvard 


1,353 


Holden 


1,846 


Hubbardston 


1,546 


Lancaster 


1,767 


Leicester 


2,528 


Leominster 


3.318 


Lunenburg 


1,107 


Mendon 


1,207 


Milford 


9,102 


Milbury 


3,780 


New Braintree 


752 


Northborough 


1,623 


Northbridge 


2,642 


North Brookfield 


2,514 


Oakham 


925 


Oxford 


2,713 


Paxton 


626 


Petersham 


1,386 


Phillipston 


726 


Princeton 


1,238 


Royalston 


1,441 


Rutland 


1,011 


Shrewsbury 


1,571 


Southborough 


1,750 


Soutbbridge 


4,131 


Spencer 


3,026 


Sterling 


1,668 


Sturbridge 


1,993 


Sutton 


2,363 


Templeton 


2,390 


Upton 


2,017 


Uxbridge 


2,835 


Warren 


2,205 


Webster 


3,008 


Westborough 


3,141 


West Boylston 


2,293 


West Brookfield 


1,548 


Westminster 


1,639 


Wincbeudon 


2,802 


Worcester 


30,058 



162,923 
RECAPITULATION. 



By Counties. 



Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Bristol 

Dukes 

Essex 

Franklin 

Hampden 

Hampshire 

Middlesex 

Nantucket 

Norfolk 

Plvmouth 

Suffolk 

Worcester 



34,489 

50,966 

89,505 

4,200 

171,192 
31,342 
64,438 
39,199 

220,618 
4,830 

116,334 
63,074 

208,219 

162,923 

1,267,329 



STREETS, COURTS, AND PLACES. 



Abbott, from 292 Central to Lawrence [lin Square 

Adams, from Salem, Adams Block, to Fletcher, Frank- 
Adams place, from Lowell, near Lowell place 
Adams square, from Middlesex, near Walker 
Alder, from 136 East Merrimac, nearly opposite 'Nes- 

mith, to 2 Stackpole 
Ames, from 260 Central to Lawrence 
Amory, from Bridge, by the Boott canal, to Kirk, Boott 
corporation [bury line 

Andover, from Concord River, South bridge, to Tewks- 
Anne, from Merrimac, at St. Anne's church, to French 
Appleton, from Gorham, at St. Peter's church, to 28 

Thorndike 
Arch, from Howard to Middlesex, near Nortliern depot 
Ash, from 127 East Merrimac to 22 Chestnut 
Auburn, from 150 Gorham to 45 Chapel 
Austin, from 351 Merrimac to Ford 
Ayer's City, south-west part of the city 
Babcock, west from Chambers 
Baldwin's court, from 21 Payette 
Bartlett, from High street square to Alder 
Bay-State avenue, from 187 Central 
Beacon, from Pawtucket to Bowers [ville 

Beacon, from Mount Vernon to Mount Pleasant, Central- 
Bel videre, east of Concord River 
Bennett, from Mount Vernon to Beacon, Centralville 
Bleachery, from the Lowell Bleachery, southerly, across 

Moore 
Blossom, from Gorham, near fair grounds, to Ayer's City 
Boott, from Gardner to the canal, Lowell corporation 
Bow, from Coburn to Pearl, Centralville 
Bowditch, from Jackson to Middlesex, Hamilton corp- 
oration School 
Bowers, from Fletcher, opposite Whiting, and crossing 
Bradley, continuation of First 
Branch, from Middlesex, crossing School, to Middlesex 



18 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Brewery court, from 11 Thorndike, near Northern depot 
Bridge, from Merrimac, over Central bridge, through 
Centralville [tucket 

Broadway, from Suffolk, opposite Mechanic, to Paw- 
Brook, from Watson, near Lawrence, to Hale's brook 
Brown, from East Merrimac, opposite Howe, Prescott 

corporation 
Brown's avenue, from 194 Gorham 
Brown's court, from River, Centralville 
Burns, from Madison, near Gorham, to South Highland 
Butterfield, from 137 Fletcher to School 
Cabot, from north-west corner of the Lawrence corpora- 
tion to Lowell 
Cady, from 252 Central to 63 Lawrence 
Cambridge, from Hale, near Chelmsford 
Canada, from Tanners to Quebec, Ayer's New City 
Canal, from Merrimac to Bridge, Massachusetts corpora- 
tion 
Carlton, from 278 Middlesex to Marshall 
Carolin's place, from 29 Fayette [poration 

Carpet lane, from Gardner, rear 110 Market, Lowell cor- 
Carter, from Gorham, to Lowell bleachery 
Cedar, from Keene, near Gorham, to 337 Central 
Central, from Merrimac to Gorham, at Davis's corner 
Centralville, north of Merrimac River 
Centre, from 227 Central to Chapel [mills 

Chambers, from Gorham, near Hale's brook, to Whipple's 
Chapel, from 76 Charles, southerly, to Central 
Chapel Hill, from Wamesit Falls, westwardly, to Chapel 
Charles, from 35 Lawrence to 84 Gorham 
Chase, from Swift to Whipple [ford line 

Chelmsford, from Thorndike, near Middlesex, to Chelms- 
Chestnut, from Fayette to Park 

Christian, from Mount Pleasant, Centralville [bridge 
Church, from Central, at Washington House, to Stone 
Churchill's court, from 20 South, opposite Spring 
City avenue, from 9 Middle to City-hall avenue 
City-hall avenue, from Merrimac, near City Hall, to 77 

Middle 
Clark, from Common, near Salem, to Fletcher 
Clark's court, from 136 Lawrence 
Clay, from 51 Andover, east of High, to Oak 
Coburn, from 67 River, to Old Road, Centralville 
Coburn lane, from Chelmsford, west of Forrest, to 
Stevens [mac corporation 

Colburn, from 237 Merrimac to Merrimac yard, Merri- 



LOWELL DIEECTORY. 19 

Commercial square, on Central, opposite Market 

Common, from Clark to Cross, east side North Common 

Common avenue, from Lowell to Cross 

Concord, from Merrimac, near Concord River, to Massa- 
chusetts mills 

Congress, from Thorndike to Gorham 

Cottage, from 237 Central to Chapel 

Court, from Linden to Gorham, north of court house 

Court avenue, from 11 Chapel to Linden 

Crosby, from 344 Central to Whipple's mills 

Crosby's court, from 230 Central 

Cross, from Suffolk, westerly, to 215 School 

Cross lane, from 150 Lowell to Adams 

Cummiskey's alley, from 103 Lowell 

Gushing, from Willie, south of Rock, easterly, to Fletcher 

Dane, from 96 Salem, near Pawtucket, to Fletcher 

Dane-street court, from Dane 

Davidson, from 17 East Merrimac to Howe" 

Davidson's lane, north side of Davidson 

Davis, from 25 Summer to 82 Appleton 

Davis court, from 9 Davis 

Dearborn's court, from Andover, west of Water 

Decatur, from 888 Merrimac to Salem 

Dempsey's yard, from 44 Salem 

Dodge, from Race to 170 Suffolk [Mechanic 

Dutimer, from Lowell, west of Worthen, southerly, to 

Dutton, from Merrimac corporation, by Merrimac, at 
depot, to Willie [Belvidere 

East Merrimac, from Merrimac, at Concord River, through 

East Pine, from Carlton to Nichols 

Edgerly's court, from 28 Charles 

Eighth, from 71 Bridge to Methuen, Centralville [sex 

Elliott, from Appleton, opposite stone church, to Middle- 
Elm, from 245 Central to Gorham 

Elm, from Third to Sixth, Centralville 

Essex, from 12 East Merrimac to Brown 

Everett, from Fayette, south of Chestnut, to 49 High 

Fairmount, from Mansur to the reservoir 

Parson's court, from 183 Middlesex 

Favor, from 100 Appleton to 81 Summer [rimac 

Fayette, from 90 Andover, opposite Water, to East Mer- 

Fellows' court, from 14 High-street square 

Fenwick, from 182 Lowell to Suffolk 

Fifth, from 51 Bridge to 16 Myrtle 

First, from Bridge, near the bridge, East Centralville 

Fletcher, from Thorndike, near Middlesex to Pawtucket, 
near stone house 



20 LOWELL DIEECTORY. 

Floyd, from opposite 309 Central to Kinsman 
Ford, from 40 Cabot, westerly, hy the canal 
Forrest, from Chelmsford, west of Parker, to Stevens 
Fourth, from 47 Bridge to 10 Myrtle, Centralville 
Franklin, from 45 Willie, easterly, to Fletcher 
Franklin square, between Suffolk, Adams, and Lagrange 

streets 
Fremont, from Third to Sixth, Centralville 
French, from Kirk to Bridge [villa 

Front, from River, along the banks of the river, Central- 
Fulton, from Coburn, Centralville [poration 
Gardner, from 110 Market to counting-room, Lowell cor- 
Garnet, from 106 Middlesex to 81 Appleton 
Gates, from Westford to Chelmsford, west of Howard 
George, from Tyler to Warren 
Gold, from School, north of Varney, easterly 
Gore, from Race to Cabot, on Suffolk corporation 
Gorham, from 123 Central, by Hale's mills, to Tewks- 

bury line 
Goward place, from 84 Appleton 
Grand, from Middlesex to Hale 
Gray place, from 16 Church to Tyler 
Green, from 146 Central to George 
Green's court,, from 114 East Merrimac 
Grove, from Lawrence, near Whipple, to Chase mill 
Hale, from Thorndike, near jail, to Chelmsford, "^near 
pound [corporation 

Hall, from the north end of Tilden to Cabot, on Suffolk 
Hampshire, from Coburn to Bridge, Centralville 
Hancock, from Merrimac, opposite Prescott counting- 
room, Massachusetts corporation 
Hancock avenue, from 26 Salem to Clark 
Hanover, from Lowell, crossing 279 Merrimac and Moody 
Harris, from Coburn, Centralville 
Harrison, from 63 Andover, south, to Oak 
High, from 113 East Merrimac to Nesmith 
High-street square, from north side of East Merrimac, 
near church [opposite jail 

Highland, from South, by south common, to Thorndike, 
Holbrook's court, from Andover to Water 
Hosford square, between Central, Elm, and Wamesit 
Howard, from Middlesex, west of depot, to Hale [mills 
Howe, from 63 East Merrimac, southerly, to the Flannel 
Hudson, from 298 Central 

Hunt's court, from 120 East Merrimac [church 

Hurd, from 106 Central to Warren, near St. Paul's 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 21 

Jackson, from 89 Central to 145 Middlesex [house 

James court, from East Merrimac, east of Moody school 
Jefferson, from Lowell, near Railroad house, to Lewis 
Jefferson square, between Jefferson, Lewis, and Little 
John, from 61 Merrimac, northerly, to the Boott counting- 
room 
John-street avenue, from west side of John to Kirk 
Joiner, from 138 Lawrence to the river 
Keene, from 168 Gorham to Chapel 
Kemp, from Walker to Wilder, near railroad crossing 
Kidder, from 242 Gorham to Crosby 
King, from Middlesex to Jackson, near round house 
Kinsman, from Chambers to Crosby, opposite Swift 
Kirk, from French to Merrimac, east of St. Anne's church 
Kirk avenue, from 27 Kirk, between Merrimac and Lee 
Knowles place, from the southwest corner of Davidson 
Korner's court, from 80 Middlesex to 15 Spring 
Lagrange, from Suffolk, near stone arch bridge to 

Fletcher 
Lagrange court, from Lagrange street [canal 

Landing, from Market, west end of market house, to the 
Lane court, from 125 Middlesex 
Lawrence, from 68 Church to Moore 
Lawrence-street court, from 61 Lawrence 
Lawson, from School, south of Branch, to Queen 
Lee, from 11 John, westerly, to 17 Kirk 
Lenton court, from 36 Charles 

Lewis, from Lowell, east side western canal, to Mechanic 
Liberty, from Chelmsford, at the pound, to Pine, near 

Wilder 
Liberty square, junction Fletcher and Adams 
Lincoln, from Chelmsford to Gorham, Ayer's City 
Lincoln place, from 224 Central 
Linden, from Union to Auburn 
Little, from Dummer to Lewis 
Livermore, from 22 Bartlett to 20 Stackpole 
Livingston, from Carter, northerly and westerly 
Llewellyn, from Mount Pleasant, Centralville 
Locke, from Gorham to South, south of West Union 
London, from Ayer's City, to Gorham, near fair grounds 
Loudon court, from 183 Central [Cabot 

Lowell, from Button, opposite Market, to Salem, corner 
Lowell place, from 147 Lowell 
Luther's court, from 177 Central 
Lyman, from Race to Cabot, on the Suffolk corporation 



22 LOWELL DIRECTORY. / 

Lyon, from 338 Central to Kinsman [Hale 

Madison, from Gorham to opposite 85 Thorndike, near 
Maiden lane, from 214 Merrimac to 35 Lowell 
Main, from Border to Plain 
Manchester, from Gorham to Tanner 
Mansur, from Nesmith to Fairmount 
Manufacturers, from Short to Plain [City 

Maple^ from Gorham, near railroad bridge, to Ayer's 
Marion, from Cross, between Suffolk and Adams, to La- 
grange 
Market, from 47 Central to Dutton, opposite Lowell 
Marshall, from Grand to Westford 
Marshall court, from 11 Howard to Arch 
Mason's court, from 201 Central 
McCarry's court, from Cross, opposite Marion 
McFarlin, from Pawtucket, near School, to Bowers 
McFarlin avenue, from Pawtucket 

Mclntire, from 268 Middlesex to 29 Marshall [Suffolk 
Mechanic, from Dutton, opposite machine shop, C. R., to 
Merriam's court, from 29 High to 39 Fayette 
Merrimac, from Concord River, North bridge, west, to 

Pawtucket 
Merrimac square, from Merrimac to Tremont [River 
Merrill, from 182 Lawrence, across Taylor, near Concord 
Merrill's court, from 15 Chapel 
Methuen, from Seventh to Dracut line, Central ville 
Middle, from 23 Central to Shattuck [line 

Middlesex, from Gorham, corner Central, to Chelmsford 
Middlesex place, from 209 to 225 Middlesex 
Mill, from 105 Lawrence to Central 
Molloy's court, from 26 Summer 
Montreal, from Quebec to Tanners, Ayer's City 
Moody, from Merrimac, opposite Merrimac house, to 
Pawtucket [bury line 

Moore, from Gorham, near railroad bridge, east to Tewks- 
Morris court, from Cross to St. Patrick's church 
Morse's lane, from Dane to Pawtucket 
Mount Pleasant, continuation of Tenth, Centralville 
Mount Vernon, from Pawtucket to Rock 
Mount Vernon, from Liberty to Westford 
Mount Vernon, from Beacon to Sixth, Centralville 
Mount Washington, from 26 Pawtucket to Broadway 
Myrtle, from Third to Mount Pleasant, Centralville 
Narrow, from River to Front, Centralville 
Nesmith, from East Merrimac, opposite Alder, to Tewks- 
bury line 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 23 

New, from 38 Crosby to Lyon 

Newhall, from Whipple to Chambers, south of Kinsman 

Nichols, from 16 Branch to Westford 

Ninth, from 75 Bridge to Tenth, Centralville 

North, from 49 Lawrence to 236 Central [Common 

North Common, abutting on Fletcher, Cross, Clark, and 

North Franklin court, from north side Franklin street 

Oak, from 102 High to Nesmith [line 

Old Middlesex Road, from Ayer's City to Chelmsford 

Old Road, from Bridge, east of Tenth, to Dracut line 

Oliver, from 250 School, westerly 

Orange, from Chambers to Crosby, south of Newhall 

Paige, from Bridge, east of Merrimac, westerly, to Kirk , 

Park, from Andover northerly to East Merrimac 

Park Garden, abutting on Chestnut, Park, Andover, and 

Nesmith 
Parker, from Chelmsford to Chelmsford line 
Pawtucket, from Austin to Chelmsford line 
Pawtucket avenue, from Pawtucket -, 

Pearl, from 100 Middlesex to 75 Appleton 
Pearl, from Coburn to Bridge, near city line, Centralville 
Perkins, from Suffolk, near Lawrence C. R., to Cabot 
Perrin, from School, opposite gas works 
Pine, from Westford to Chelmsford line 
Plain, through Ayer's New City to Chelmsford line 
Plains, north end of River, Centralville 
Pleasant, from 30 Andover [ville 

Pleasant, on the Plains from 109 River to West Central 
Pleasant court, from 18 Winter 
Pollard's avenue, from 24 John 
Pond, from Pleasant, westerly, to Concord River 
Poplar, from 156 School, near the gas works 
Poplar, from Quebec 
Porter, from Pine to Middlesex 
Powell, from Liberty, southerly, to Chelmsford 
Prescott, from Merrimac to Central 
Prince, from Merrimac Print-works to Moody 
Prospect, from 7 Kidder to Kinsman 
Putney's court, from 68 Gorham 

Quebec, from Canada to Plain, Ayer's City [ford 

Queen, from Middlesex, by old burying ground, to West- 
Quigley's alley, from 78 Lowell 

Race, from 319 Merrimac to Hall, on Suffolk corporation 
Railroad, from Hale side of the railroad, to 88 Howard 
Railroad alley, from Shattuck, between Middle and Mar- 
ket 



24 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Read, from First to Seventh, Centralville 

Reed's court, from 18 Charles 

Richardson, from Mount Vernon, Beacon, Centralville 

River, from Bridge, near the bridge, West, Centralville 

Robinson, from Congress to the railroad 

Rock, from Fletcher to School, at gas works 

Rolfe, from Broadway, near Pawtucket 

Salem, from Cabot and Adams to Pawtucket 

Salem place, froin Salem 

Sawtell place, from 136 School 

School, from Pawtucket bridge to Liberty 

Second, from Bridge to Read, Centralville 

Seventh, from 67 Bridge, east, to the river, Centralville 

Shattuck, from 164 Merrimac to Market 

Short, from Chelmsford, above Liberty, to Lincoln 

Simpson, from First to Third, Centralville 

Sixth, from Bridge, east to the river, Centralville 

Smith, from 24 Branch southerly to Liberty 

Smith's court, from 29 Hanover 

Somerset, from School to Queen 

South, from 56 Middlesex, by South common, to Gorham, 

opposite Walnut 
South Franklin court, from south side Franklin street 
South Highland, from Thorndike, opposite Hale, to Burns 
South Common, abutting on Summer, South, Highland, 

and Thorndike 
Spring, from 19 South, westerly, to 6 Pearl 
Stackpole, from Alder to Brown 
Stevens, from Parker to Chelmsford, near town line 
Suffolk, from Lawrence counting-room, across 281 Merri- 
mac, to Adams 
Suffolk court, from 332 Merrimac to 139 Lowell 
Suffolk square, both sides of Merrimac, between Suffolk 
and Cabot [mon 

Summer, from 81 Gorham to Thorndike, by south com- 
Swift, from 181 LaAvrence to Whipple 
Tanners, at Ayer's City, along the railroad 
Taylor, from 154 Lawrence to the river 
Taylor's court, from 12 Mill [tralville 

Tenth, from opposite 80 Bridge, to Mount Pleasant, Cen- 
Third, from 37 Bridge, east to Beacon, Centralville 
Thorndike, from Dutton, near Mechanic's mills, to Gor- 
ham, corner Central 
Tilden, from 241 Merrimac to Hall 
Tilden court, from 10 Tilden 
Tremont, from 251 Merrimac to Hall 



LOWELL DIRECTOBY. 25 

Tremont Mall, between Tilden and Tremont [rence 

Tyler, from Central, next south of Church, to 13 Law- 
Union, from 205 Central to 98 Gorham 
Union court, from 133 Lowell 
Yarney, from School, near Butterfield, to Fletcher 
Varnum, from Sixth to Mount Pleasant, Centralville 
"Wall, from Davidson to Concord River, thence to David- 
son again 
Walker, from Middlesex, west of School, to Pawtucket 
Walnut, from 162 Goiham, to 287 Central 
Wamesit, from Central, Chapel Hill, and runs southeast 
to Lawrence [mills 

Wamesit court, from Cushing to Dutton, near Wamesit 
Wanalancit, from opposite 53 Pawtucket to Broadway 
Warren, from 90 Central, across 89 Church 
Washington square, between First Universalist church, 

and Church 
Water, from Andover, opposite Fayette 
Watson, from Lawrence, near Hale's brook, to Whipple 
Webster, from Jackson to Middlesex 
Webster, from 74 Bridge to Hampshire, Centralville 
West, on the Plains, from Coburn, Centralville 
West Union, from 97 Gorham, to 78 South 
West's court, from 248 Middlesex 
Western avenue, from Fletcher, westerly, to School 
Westford, from Chelmsford, near Thorndike, westerly, 

to Chelmsford line 
Whipple, from 308 Central to Wamesit Power Co. 
Whiting, from 86 Salem to Fletcher 
Wilder, from Pawtucket, south, to Pine 
William, from 134 Centrsd to 5 George 
Willi-e, from Clark, across Fletcher, near the common, 

south to Dutton 
Willie avenue, from 20 Salem to Clark 
Willow, from 143 East Merrimac, to 58 Andover 
Willow place, from 354 Merrimac 
Wilson's lane, from Chelmsford to Grand, near Hale 
Winter, from 61 Gorham to Davis 

Worthen, from Merrimac C. E., crossing 190 Merri- 
mac, to Dutton 
Wyman, from Xesmith, opposite Oak, to Tewksbury line 



26 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Albro's Block, Gushing 

Aldrich's Block, Appleton, opposite Garnet 

Aldrich's Block, Middlesex, near Garnet [House 

American House Block, Central, adjoining American 

Appleton Block, Central, between Warren and Hurd 

Arcade Block, East Merrimac, near Concord River 

Ayer's Pill Block, Market near Shattuck 

Bangs' Block, Railroad street 

Barristers' Hall, Central, corner Merrimac 

Barry's Block, Suffolk, near Lowell [Button 

Boston and Lowell Railroad Depot, Merrimac, corner 

Canal Block, Central, nearly opposite American House 

Carleton Block, 152 Merrimac 

Carolin's Block, 27 Fayette 

Castle's Block, Lowell, near Lewis 

Central Hall, in Museum building 

City Government Building, Merrimac, corner Shattuck 

City Hay Scales, rear City Market building 

Concert Hall, 82 Merrimac 

Convers Hall, 56 Gorham 

Court House, Gorham, corner Elm 

Donahoe's Block, Suffolk, near Broadway 

Eagle Block, Merrimac, near Suffolk 

Evans Block, Railroad street [mill 

Faulkner's Block, rear of Grove, opposite Faulkner's 

Fellows Block, Middle 

French's Hall, 35 Central 

Gas Works School, near Poplar 

Goward's Block, Appleton, opposite Garnet 

Hale's Mills, Qorham, near junction Thorndike 

Hamilton Block, Gorham, corner Middlesex 

Hill's Block, from 4 Dodge 

Huntington Hall, over Boston and Lowell railroad depot 

Industrial Hall, 25 Prescott 

Jackson Hall, over Boston and Lowell railroad depot 

Jail, Thorndike, southwest corner of south common 

Knowles Block, Congress 

Lawrence's Block, 56 Moody 

Livingston's Block, 119 Appleton 

Mansur's Block, Central, corner Market 

Market-house Building, Market, near Central 

Masonic Hall, Nesmith's building, John 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 27 

Maynard's Block, Dummer, near Lowell 
Mechanics' Building, Dutton, near Merrimac 
Mechanics' Hall, in Mechanics' Building 
Mechanics' Mills, Button, near Fletcher [Central 

Merchants' Bank Building, Merrimac, nearly opposite 
Merrimac Hall, Dutton, near Merrimac House 
Museum Building, Merrimac, opposite Central 
Nesmith's Block, Merrimac, corner John 
Northern Railroad Depot, Middlesex, near Thorndike 
Otis Allen's Mills, Middlesex, west of Northern depot 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Tyler's block, Central corner Market 
Parker's Block, corner Bridge and River, Centralville 
Police Court, rooms in west end of Market-house build- 
ing 
Police Station, west end of Market-house building 
Post-ofBce Building, Merrimac, nearly opposite Central 
Prescott Block, Merrimac, between Prescott and the 

canal 
Reading-Room, Mechanics' hall 
Reservoir, on Belvidere heights 
Round House, off Thorndike, near Middlesex 
Savings-bank Building, Shattuck, corner Middle 
Shaw's Block, East Pine, near Nichols 
Short's Block, Jefferson, corner Lewis 
Spalding's Block, Middlesex 
Theatre Block, Lowell 
Tyler's Block, Central, corner Market 
Tyler's Block, Front, Centralville 

Wamesit Bank Building, Middlesex, corner Thorndike 
Wamesit Power Co., Lawrence, near Whipple 
"Wamesit Steam Mills, Dutton, aorner Willie 
Welles' Block, Merrimac, corner Kirk 
Welles' Hall, in Welles' Block 
Wentworth's Building, Merrimac, corner Shattuck 
Wentworth's Hall, Wentworth's building 
Wheelock's Block, Charles, near Gorham 
Whipple's Mills, now Wamesit Power Co. 
Williams Block, on Canal bridge, Central 
Wood Market, rear Market-house building, Market 
Wyman's Exchange, Merrimac, corner Central 



BOUNDARIES OF WARDS. 

Ward 1. Beginning at a point in Merrimack river on 
a line with the middle of the Merrimack canal ; thence 
southerly, along the middle of said canal, to the Paw- 



28 LOWELL DIRECTOKY. 

tucket canal ; thence westerly, along said Pawtucket 
canal, to the mouth of the Western canal ; thence north- 
wardly, along the middle of said Western canal to Mer- 
rimack river ; thence easterly, down said river to the 
point of beginning. 

Ward. 2. Beginning on Merrimack river, on a line 
with the middle of the Merrimack canal ; thence south- 
erly, along the middle of said canal, to the middle of 
Pawtucket canal ; thence easterly, along the middle of 
said canal, to the middle of Concord river; thence north- 
erly, along the middle of said Concord river, to Merri- 
mack river ; also, all that territory lying on the north- 
easterly side of Merrimack river, annexed to the city of 
Lowell from the town of Dracut. 

Ward 3. Beginning in Central street, at the bridge 
over Pawtucket canal ; thence running southerly, along 
the middle of said street to Gorliam street ; thence along 
the middle of said street, to Davis's corner (so-called) ; 
thence along the middle of the county highway, from 
Lowell to Billerica, to the boundary line of the city to 
Lowell ; thence east, following said boundary line, to 
Concord river ; thence down the middle of said river to 
the Pawtucket canal ; thence up the middle of said 
canal, to the point of beginning. 

Ward 4. Beginning at the bridge on Central street, 
over the Pawtucket canal ; thence westerly, following 
the middle of said canal to the bridge of Nashua and 
Lowell- railroad over said canal ; thence westerly, along 
said railroad, to the boundary line, between Lowell and 
Chelmsford ; thence along said line southerly, and east- 
erly, to the county road from Lowell to Billerica ; thence 
northerly, along the middle of said road, Gorham and 
Central streets, to the place of beginning. 

Ward 5. Beginning at a point in Merrimack river, on 
a line with the middle of the Western canal ; thence 
southerly, along the middle of said canal, to Pawtucket 
canal ; thence westerly, along the middle of said Paw- 
tucket canal, to the Nashua and Lowell railroad bridge ; 
thence along said railroad, to the boundary line between 
Lowell and Chelmsford ; thence northerly, on said bound- 
ary line, to Merrimack river ; thence easterly, on said 
river, to the point of beginning 

Ward 6. All that part of the city of Lowell, lying 
easterly of the thread of Concord river. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

B. & L. K. R., Boston & Lf well Railroad; Cent., Centralville ; C. R., Counting 
Room; Corp. or C, Corporation; F. S., Franklin Square; Ham., Hamilton; L. M. 
S., Lowell Machine Shop; L.'& L. R. R., Lowell & Lawrence Railroad; Mass., 
Massachusetts; Merr.,Merrimac; N. & L. R. R., Nashua & Lowell Railroad; R. 
R., Railroad; S. B. R. R., Stony Brook Railroad; S. & L. R. R., Salem & Lowell 
Railroad; b. or bds., boards; c, corner; ct., court; h., house; n., near; opp., op- 
posite; r., rear ; sq., square. After the name of the street, the word street is 
usually omitted; the name of a corporation occurring after the name of a person, 
signifies the place of business of that person. 

AARONS CORNELIA, second-hand clothing, 121 Middlesex, 

house do. 
Abare Isaac H. carder, house 64, Merriraac corporation -^ 
Abare Julius, spinner, boards 138 Merrimac corporation 
Abare Wilbur A. weaver, boards 52 Lawrence corporation 
Abell John S. weaver, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Abell Robert B. blacksmith, house 9 Central 
Abell Thomas, machinist, boards 75 Lawrence corporation 
Abell Wilbur L. weaver, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Abell William H. machinist, house 75 Lawrence corporation 
Abbot Julian, counsellor, 81 Central, boards 12 Hurd 
Abbott Albert H. & James H. blacksmiths, 292 Middlesex, corner 

Branch, house Branch, near School 
Abbott {Charles H.) k Eames {L. J.), dry-goods, 132 Merrimac, 

house 48 High 
Abbott Charles J. machinist, boards 6 Dodge 
Abbott Charlotte, widow, house 9 Race 
Abbott Clarence A. clerk. 115 Central, boards 154 Andover 
\r —Abbott Davis, carpenter, boards 4 Tremont corporation 

Abbott Dorcas C. Mrs. boarding-house, 17 Hamilton corporation 
Abbott Edward, boards 7 Glarnet ( Vol.) 
Abbott Franklin, operative, boards 3 Tremont corporation 
Abbott Franklin W. engineer, house 53 Howard 
- Abbott George B. spindle-maker, boards 67 L. M. S. corp. 
Abbott George R. painter, boards 3 Lagi-ange Court 
Abbott George W. carpenter, boards 17 Hamilton corporation 
Abbott Henry, carpenter, house 398 Middlesex 
Abbott Henry H. watchman, house 54 Mass. corp. 

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Abbott Herman, overseer knitter, house 42 Lawrence corporation 

Abbott Jas. C. counsellor, 43^ Central, house 10 Kirk 

Abbott James H. (A. K S^ J. .11 Abbott), house 17 Smith 

Abbott Joel A. auctioneer, house 54 Andover 

Abbott John, machinist, boards 111 Central 

Abbott John W. tinsmith, 265 Merrimae, boards 138 Colburn 

Abbott Leroy, machinist, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 

Abbott Mary Miss, house. Branch, near School 

Abbott Rogers A. stencil cutter, boards 17 Hamilton corporation 

Abbott Samuel Mrs. house 27 Church 

Abbott Soloman A. tinsmith, 12 Merrimae, boards 25 Market. 

Abbott Varnum, spinner, boards 79 Merrimae corporation 

Abbott Ziba, house 241 Central 

Achore Michael, laborer, house 84 Moody 

Ackerman Sarah H. Miss, boards 10 Lawrence 

Acldey Ezra, (Cal.), house 158 Suffolk 

Ackroyd Greorge, spinner, boards 25 Floyd 

Adams Abby A. widow, house 2 Branch 

Adams Abner S. boards 49 Tyler 

Adams Anson, boards 166 Central 

Adams Augustus, tinsmith, house 164 Moody 

Adams Charles A. Mrs. house 8 Alder 

Adams Charles E. beltmaker, Whiting & Co. house 5 Clark 

Adams Charles S. (IT. If. Wilder^ Si' Co.), coppersmith, &c., 8 
Jackson, house 43 George 

Adams Curtis P. wool-carder, boards 136 Merrimae corporation 

Adams Enos H. boot and shoe manufacturer, Prescott, corner Mer- 
rimae, house 134 East Merrimae 

Adams Ezra B. (Adams, Norths^ Co.), 7 Central, h. 34 Tyler 

Adams George D. clerk, 45 Merrimae, boards 134 East Merrimae 

Adams George S. at Smith Adams', house Adams Square 

Adams George W. carpenter, boards 29 Church 

Adams George W. (/. H. 8^ G. W.), painter, house 64 High 

Adams Hoalsey, woollen carder, boards 136 Merrimae corporation 

Adams (Horace J!), North (Wm. L.) k Co. (E. B. Adams), 
furniture, &c. 28 Merrimae and 7 Central, house 49 Tyler 

Adams J. Coleman, student, boards 53 Chestnut 

Adams James, machinist, house 25 Varney 

Adams James, overseer repair shop, Lowell, house 1 Mechanic 

Adams James R. laborer, house 52 West Union 

Adams John, mason, house 378 Merrimae 

Adams John Mrs. house 70 High 

Adams John G- Rev. house 53 Chestnut 

Adams John H. & G. W. painters, 35 East Merrimae, h. 64 High 

Adams John K. bobbinmaker, liouse IS North Franklin Court 

Adams Jonathan, overseer, Merr. Print-works, h- 31 Merr. corp. 

Adams Josepfi E. boards 19 Tyler 

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Adams Julius, bedsteadmaker, house 130 Cross 

Adams Landon, clerk, Lowell corporation, boards 36 Cabot 

Adams Lorenzo, carder, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 

Adams N. Russell, clerk, house 282 Middlesex 

Adams Rhoda E. Mrs. house 36 Cabot 

Adams Samuel E. R. laborer, house 10 Union 

Adams Smith, tripe dealer, Walker, near Middlesex, house do. 

Adams Theodore, overseer, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 29 Grand 

Adams Walter F. watchman, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 

Adams William H. machinist, house 21 Massachusetts corporation 

Ainsworth William L. overseer, house 18 Church 

Airton John, weaver, house 2 Merrill 

Akers Benjamin M. lumberman, house 33 Howard 

Aldrich Ezra B. physician, 38 Marion, house do. 

Aldiieh Hiram H. sashmaker, boards 3 Goward place 

Aldrich Levi M. laborer, house 57 Lawrence corporation 

Aldrich Lorin, machinist, boards 93 Appleton 

Aldrich Milton, wood screw manufacturer. Mechanics' Mills, Dutton, 

house Branch, near School 
Aldrich Nelson T. wood screw maker, boards Branch, near School 
Aldrich Warren, house 93 Appleton 
Aldrich William, weaver, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Aldrich Wm. K. wood screw maker, boards Branch, near School 
Alexander Edward, picker, house 24 Cabot 
Alexander William C. carpenter, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Alfray James, cardstripper, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 
Alger Abby, widow, house 30 Suffolk corporation [High 

Alger Edwin A. {Brown Sf Alger), counsellor, 55 Central, h. 106 
Alger Frank, cabinetmaker, house 22 Gorham 
Alger Nathan C. laborer, boards 113 Central 
Allard Helen, widow, house 114 Middlesex 
Allard Isaac, weaver, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Allen David, student, boards Coburn, Centralville 
Allen Edward, blacksmith, house 43 Salem 
Allen Edwin, boards 83 Appleton {1st Lieut. 7Sth RegH.) 
Allen Geo. B. teller, 1st National Bank, boards 1 Myrtle, Cent. 
Allen Hanson W. spinner, house 9 Hamilton corporation 
Allen Hervey W. apothecary, Merr. cor. Suffolk, h. 140 Fletcher 
Allen James, laborer, house 5 Warren 

Allen James M. machinist and boarding, house 109 Appleton 
Allen John, carder, house 3 I]ast Merrimac 
Allen J. M. physician, 14 Hurd 

Allen Joseph 0. teamster, house, 98 Merrimac corporation 
Allen Nathan, physician, 12 Hurd, house do. 
Allen Nathaniel, harness-maker, house 83 Appleton 
Allen Nathaniel (Cambridge), house 51 Gushing 
Allen Nicholas, Middlesex, house 36 Water 
Allen Norris, machine printer, house 153 Merrimac corporation 

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Allen Otis, {T. F. Burgess S^ Co.), 235 Middlesex, h. 373 do. 

Allen Otis L. Mrs. house 1 Myrtle, Centralville 

Allen Patrick, laborer, house 5 McCarry's court 

Allen Susan, widow, house 332 Merrimac 

Allen Thomas, laborer, boards 42 Gorham 

Allen Thomas 0. lumber {Ma.), houFC 375 Middlesex 

Allen WiUiara H. farmer, house Stevens, near Parker 

Allie Edward, machinist, boards 57 L. M. S. corporation 

AUyn Rachel H. female physician, llil Central, house do. 

Aimer Owen J. laborer, house 342 Central 

Ambrose Adam, machinist, house 119 Market 

Ambrose Michael, laborer, house 73 Adams 

Ames Jacob, pattern-maker, house 10 Fifth, Centralville 

Ames John E. Mrs. widow, house 10 Market 

Ames Moses B. carriage tiiraner, house 12 Linden 

Amsden George M. superintendent, H. B. Smith's, h. 97 Salem 

Amsden William U. clerk, R. R. National Bank, boards 97 Salem 

Anderson Alexander, gardner, h. Mt. Washington, n. Pawtucket 

Anderson Charles L. Mrs. house 15 L. M. S. corporation 

Anderson George B. weaver, house First, Centralville 

Anderson Peter, agent and ti-easurer, Baldwin M. Co. h. 31 Anne 

Anderson William H. {Stevens Sf A.), 1 Barrister's Hall, boards 

City Hotel. 
Andrews Aaron, machinist, house 8 Tremont corporation 
Andrews B. F. weaver, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 
Andrews Charles E. machinist, boards 35 Suffolk 
Andrews George H. apprentice, boards 23 Cabot 
Andrews John, machinist, house 23 Cabot 
Andrews John, Middlesex, house 18 Mill 
Andrews John, Stott's Mill, house 2 Water 
Andrews Lutlier N. painter, house 66 High 
Andrews Mary Sirs, house 162 Gorham 

Andrews Stephen, hackman, 84 Central, boards 74 Middlesex 
Andrews Susan M. teacher, boards 18 Mill 
Andrews William, marble-works, 181 Central, house 37 Walnut 
Andros John, bobbin-maker, boards 4 Livingston's block 
Andruss Theodore, peddler, 5 Middlesex place 
Angel John, laborer, house Broadway, near Wilder 
Angell Andrew J. machinist, house 67 Chureh 
Annis Joslma W. mason, boards 4 Parson's court 
Annis Rocell C. Mrs. house 2 Merrill's court 
Ansant Atis, farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Ansant James M. baker, boards Whiting 
Anshaw Robinson, loom fixer, house 5 Lagrange court 
Anthony George Y. machinist, boards 77 Cross 
Anthony Isaac Mi-s. house 77 Cross 
Appleby Geo. finisher, house 87 Thorndike 
Appleton Frank P. agent Lowell Bleachery, house Moore 

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Appleyard Richard, dyer, house 21 Lawrence corporation 
Archer Greo. weaver, boards First, Centralville 
Archer John, machinist, boards First, Centralville 
Archer Samuel, house First, Centralville 
Ardis James, operator, house rear 116 Market 
Arkwright John, woolsorter, boards 6 Clark's court 
Arlen Abigail W. Mrs. house 1 Cityhall Avenue 
Arlen Charles H. gasfitter, house 2 Cityhall Avenue 
Arlin John F. Monument Exchange, 164 Merrimac, h. 5 Dodge 
Arlin Stephen N. painter, house 18 Nesmith 
^ ' Armatage Henry, cardstipper, boards 2 Tremont 

Armstrong Christopher, McClellan Hotel, Lowell, corner Dutton 

Armstrong Foster I. Mrs. house rear 17 Union 

Armstrong James, cigar manufacturer, 4 Lowell, house do. 

Arnold Edmond, millwright, boards 172 Gorham 

Aruda Frank D. barber, American House, house 228 Central 

Ash Betsy, widow, house 106 Suffolk 

— Ashton John, eardstripper, house 2 Tremont 
Ashton Joseph D. boilermaker, house 35^ Cushing 
Ash worth Charles, filecutter, boards Franklin, near Fletcher 
Ashworth George, (aS. Ashworih 8^ Go.), h. Franklin, n. Fletcher 
Ashworth NeUie L. teacher, boards Franklin, near Fletcher 
Ashworth Sager & Co. (^G. Ashworth), filecutter, Fletcher, near 

Dutton, house 22 Rock 
Ashworth Thomas, spinner, boards 33 Lagrange 
Aspinall William, loomfixer, house 13 Lagrange court 

• Atherton Abel T. (T. Atherton ^ Go.), Howe, boards 27 Clay 
Atherton Elizabeth Mrs. house 67 Fayette 

- Atherton Israel, laborer, boards 3 Tremont corporation 
Atherton Thos. & Co. {A. T. Atherton 8^ Jos. Turner), machinists, 

Howe, house 27 Clay 
Atkins Asa, weaver, boards 12 Suffolk corporation 
Atkins George F. operative, boards 3 Dodge 
Atkinson Bedelia, widow, house 55 Lawrence corporation 
Atkinson Charles F. teamster, house 6 Branch 
Atkinson James V. city crier, house Belvidere 
Atkinson Sally, widow, boards 28 Third, Centralville 
Atwell Andrew J. weaver, house 13 Lawrence corporation 
Atwell Richard, machinist, Middlesex, house 39 George 
Atwood Almim S. widow, boarding-house, 14 Hamilton corporation 
Atwood Benjamin F. carpenter, boards 48 Brown 
Atwood Charles C. carpenter, boards 69 Church 
Atwood Daniel, carder, boards 23 Bridge, Centralville 
Atwood David, boarding-house, 67 Lawrence corporation 
Atwood Lyman, operative, boards 115 Merrimac corporation 
Atwood Mary, nurse, house 7 Cabot block 
Auger Hadorara, laborer, boards 21 Hamilton corporation 
Auger Henry, woodcutter, house Middlesex place 

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Auger Zenas, at Norcross & Saunders', house Middlesex place 

Austin Aurelia A. boarding-house, 44 Boott corporation 

Austin Azro, driver, house 44 Boott corporation 

Austin Chas. H. picker, boards 4 Third, Centralville 

Austin George, operative, boards 3 Tremont corporation 

Austin George A. clerk, 54 Merrimac, boards 51 East Merrimac 

Austin George W. machinist, Merrimac, house 227 Middlesex 

Austin Loring H. clerk, Postofl&ce, boards 15 Hurd 

Austin Norman I. machinist, boards 116 Merrimac corporation 

Austin Richard H. clerk, 56 Middlesex, boards 71 Fayette 

Austin Sarah Mrs. house 71 Fayette 

Austin Wm. W. {B.), house 48 Howard 

Austin William W. jeweler, house Howard, near Westford 

Averill Clarissa, widow, boards 66 Lawrence corporation 

Averill Lorenzo, gunsmith, boards 64 L. M. S. corporation 

Avery Clark, dyer, boards 5 Jackson 

Avery Clark, dyer, boards 7 Hamilton corporation 

Avery Franklin S. mason, house 5 Chestnut 

Avery John Mrs. house Nesmith 

Ayer Ann Miss, boards 51 East Merrimac 

Ayer Bethiah Mrs. widow, house 6 Appleton corporation 

Ayer Elisha C. machinist, house 7 Tremont corporation 

Ayer Frederick (/. C. Ayer Sf Co.), h. Pawtucket cor. School 

Ayer James C. & Co. (F. Ayer and A. G. Cook), cherry pectoral 

and cathartic pills, 103 & 105 Market, h. Pawtucket opposite 

Fletcher 
Ayer Nathan, shoemaker, house 167 Moody 
Ayer Sarah, widow, boards 2 Lowell corporation 
Aylwood Mary C. boarding-house, 56 Massachusetts corporation 
Aylwood Wm. W. carpenter, house 56 Massachusetts corporation 

BABB JOHN W. laborer, house 1 Boott corporation 

Babb Mary J. widow, house 1 Boott corporation 

Babbitt Wilbur F. painter, boards 8 Grand • 

Babcock William, waiter, American House, boards do. 

Bachelder Abram, bung manufacturer, Broadway, house East Mer- 
rimac, corner Alder 

Bachelder Asahel G. patent tool manufacturer, 92 Howard, h. do. 

Bachelder Augustine L. 31 Merrimac 

Bachelder Augustus, hostler, boards 101 Central 

Bachelder Wesley R. copyist, boards 92 Howard 

Bacheller Charles M. printer, boards 41 Branch 

Bacheller David S. beltmaker, house 11 Mass. corp. 

Bacheller Nathaniel J. N. printer, Courier office, h. 41 Branch 

Backus Joseph W. Rev. house 21 Anne 

Bacon Horace B. (A. Sanborn Sf Co.), watchmaker, 25 Central, 
boards S. B. Sargent's, Middlesex 

Badger Frank S. mechanic, house Mt. Vernon, near Liberty 

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Badger George W. overseer, house 34 Walnut 

Badger Nancy, widow, boards 7 Pearl 

Badger Ruth B. widow, boards Mt. Vernon, near Liberty 

Badger Samuel E. machinist, house 60 Appleton 

Bagley Charles, carpenter, house 48 First, Centralville 

Badraington Maria Mrs. house 8 Union 

Bagshaw Qeorge, overseer, house North 

Bagshaw Mary Ann, widow, house rear 116 Middlesex 

Bailey .A.llen, shoemaker, boards 48 Church 

Bailey Alvah W. wood. Bridge opposite Seventh, house 67 Bridge, 
Centralville 

Bailey Amelia, widow, boards 32 Chapel 

Bailey Anson, {Rice Sf B.), 131 Central, house 32 Chapel 

Bailey Benjamin, house 17 Fifth, Centralville 

Bailey {Curtis) & Heath {Samuel D.), Gorham, near Middle- 
sex, h. 41 Chapel 

Bailey Edward { F. ^ E. Bailey), apothecary, bds. 51 E, Merr. 

Bailey Edward M. shoemaker, 7 Canal Block, boards 16 Tyler 

Bailey Elijah B. machinist, house 12 Dodge 

Bailey Frederic & E. apothecaries, Merrimac, corner John, boards 
51 East Merrimac 

Bailey Gardner, provisions, 66 East Merrimac, house 58 Andover 

Bailey George E. carder, house 45 Massachusetts corporation 
-Bailey George E. sash and blind maker, bds. 1 High-street Square 

Bailey Gustavus A. overseer, house 26 Third, Centralville 

Bailey Henry B. clerk, B. &. L. R. R. house 17 Fifth, Cent. 

Bailey Ira J. laborer, house 122 Central 

Bailey James, machinist, boards 57 Lowell corporation 

Bailey James H. carder, house 15 South 
-Bailey James H. 37 Prescott, boards 58 Andover 

Bailey Joanna, widow, house Common, near Green 

Bailey John Mrs. house rear 4 Dodge 

Bailey John C. carder, boards 15 South 

Bailey Joshua H. shoemaker, boards 48 Church 

Bailey Manasseh, shoemaker, 6 Warren, house 46 High 

Bailey Marcus, pistolmaker, boards 27 Adams 

Bailey Sarah, teacher, boards 46 High 

Bailey Sarah Mrs. house 46 Tyler 

Bailey Squire L. police, house 63 Market 

Bailey Thomas D. mason and shoemaker's head block, house 51 
Hanover 

Bailey Thomas, carpenter, boards 26 Appleton corporation 

Bailey Walter S. clerk, boards 26 Third, Centralville 

Bairstow Abraham, machinist, house 5 Everett 

Baker Andrew K. clerk, 31 Merrimac, boards 34 Boott corporation 

Baker Frederick W. machinist, house 37 First, Centralville 

Baker George W. house 2'Read, Centralville 

Baker Joseph H. overseer, house 12 Adams, Franklin Square 

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Baker Josephine, clerk, 93 Central, boards 5 South Highland 

Baker Lucy Miss, nurse, house 2 Auburn 

Baker Maria, widow, house 46 Church 

Baker Mary, widow, boards 77 Coburn, Centralville 

Baker Kichard W. civil engineer, City Gov. Building, h. 34 Hurd 

Baker Samuel, finisher, boards 70 Lawrence corporation 

Baker Sarah H. Mrs. house 34 Hurd 

Baker Setta Miss, boards 2 Merrill's court ' 

Baker Stephen, carpenter, house 5 South Highland 

Baker Storrs A. carpenter, house 13 Smith 

Balch Eliza A. Mrs. widow, house 125 East Merrimac 

Balch Mary A. teacher, boards 42 Chapel, corner Elm 

Balch Perley, principal, Edson School, house 42 Chapel 

Baldwin Benjamin, weaver, house 35 Boott corporation 

Baldwin John D. S. (Boston), boards 35 Boott corporation 

Baldwin William H. confectioner, house Gorham, near Railroad 

Balduce Oliver, marbleeutter, house 53 Mass. corp. ^ 

Ball Benjamin, house 252 Central 

Ball Charles C. machinist, boards 252 Central 

Balancha Charles, operative, boards 3 Tremont corporation 

Ballantyne James L. machinist, boards 21 Lowell corporation 

Ballard Llellwyn Mrs. boards 4 Lowell corporation 

Bancroft George A. carpenter, house rear River, Centralville 

Bancroft George, laborer, house 87 Market 

Bancroft Jefferson, dep. sheriff, 9 Barrister's Hall, h. 22 Appleton 

Bancroft John J. finisher, boards 22 Appleton 

Bancroft Selwin, grocer, 2 Merrimac, house 18 Bartlett 

Bangs Morris, carpenter, house rear 150 Lowell 

Bangs Nathan, carpenter, house rear 187 Central 

Bannister Joseph, machinist, boards 49 Cushing 

Banister William, machinist, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Barclay Cyrus P. carpenter, 224 Middlesex, h. Queen, opp. Som- 

[erset 
Barclay. Oscar R. carpenter, boards Queen, opposite Somerset 
Barclay Robert, machinist, boards 21 Lowell corporation 
Baril 0. E. boards 92 Middlesex 
Barker Alfred D. carpenter, house 41|- Tremont 
Barker Elizabeth, dressmaker, boards rear 4 Dodge 
Barker George, watchman, boards 1 George 
Barker Horace R. & Co. (A. W. Shermmi), steam and gas pipe 

fittings and fixtures, 8 Central and 84 Middle, house 163 

Moody 
Barker John, tinsmith, house rear 18 Grand 
Barker J. Perley, Middlesex, boards 68 Warren 
Barker Moses D. police, house Mt. Vernon, Centralville 
Barker Ora Mrs. house 174 Suffolk 
Barker Rebecca, widow, house 69 Fletcher 
Barker Stephen, Jr. grocer, 99 Market, house 282 School 

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Barker Thaddeus A, clerk, 30 Central, boards 174 Suffolk 

Barker Thomas C. chemist, boards 19 Kirk 

Barker Wm. K. dresser, house 39 Mass. eorp. 

Barmrick Thomas, laborer, house 118 Suffolk 

Barnard Benjamin F. boarding-house, 50 Massachusetts eorp. 

Barnard Benjamin P. carpenter, house 5 Jackson 

Barnard Charles, grocer, Merrimac, cor. Prescott, h. 43 Mass. eorp. 

Barnard Pavid B. & J. B. billiard saloon, 18 Menimac, boards do. 

Barnard Elizabeth, house 5 Knowles place 

Barnard George W. hackman. 84 Central, house 188 do. 

Barnard Henry T. clerk, 1 and 2 Commercial square, boards 22 

Massachusetts corporation 
Barnard Hiram K. mason, house 43 Massachusetts corporation 
Barnard John B. {D. B ^ J. Barnard), 18 Merrimac, boards 43 

Massachusetts corporation 
Barnard E-hoda Mrs. house 61 Adams 

Barnard Tristam, boarding-house, 22 Massachusetts corporation 
Barnard William, tinsmith, house 131 Merrimac corporation 
Barnes Asa Mrs. house 22 Lowell corporation 
Barnes Charles C. furdealer, 122 Merrimac, house 54Stackpole 
Barnes Charles E. Mrs. house 72 Appleton 
Barnes Daniel, overseer, Faulkner's MiU, house 326 Central 
Barnes Emily R. Mrs. tailoress, 40 Central, house do. 
Barnes George W. teamster, house 15 Queen 
Barney Henry, blockprinterv bouse 25 High 

Barnes Henry H. {Dean S^ B.),b Canal block, h. 174 E. Merr. 
Barnes Horace B. painter, 243 Men-imae, house 15 Common 
Barnes Joseph C. teamster, boards 27 Tremont corporation 
Barnes Richard, laborer, house 80 River, CentralviUe 
Barnes Solomon, laborer, boards Middlesex, comer School 
Barnes Thomas, finisher, house 25 Floyd 
Barnes Wm. A. machinist, boards 22 Lowell corporation 
Barnet George D. machinist, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Barney Alfred {Bohonan ^ j5.),113 Thorndike, house 109 Howard 
Barney Northwind, machinist, house 32 Salem 
Baron Alice, widow, boarding-house, 58 Moody 
Baron Christopher, foreman, G. T. Comins', house Middlesex, at 

Chelmsford line [House 

Baron Frederick, apothecary, Merr. cor. Worthen, bds. American 
Baron George, patternmaker, house 286 Middlesex 
Baron Jacob, carpenter, house 64 Merrimac corporation — 
Barr Andrew, house 16 Bartlett 

Barr Isaac, blacksmith, house Elm, near Sixth, Centralville 
Barr Lucy, widow, house 16 Bartlett 
Barrett Charles, dresser, boards 72 Lawrence corporation 
Barrett Frederick, machinist, boards 33 South 
Barrett Margaret, widow, house rear 100 Suffolk 
Barrett Michael, house 25 William 

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Barrett Josepb, laborer, house 75 William 

Barrett Patrick, shoemaker, 39 East Merrimac, house do. 

Barrett Patrick, house 17 Davidson 

Barrett Eick, laborer, house on plains east of Fair Grounds 

Barrow George, chemist, boards 294 Central 

Barry Bridget, widow, house 6 Cross 

Barry Daniel, house 114 Suffolk 

Barry Daniel S. wheelwright, house Beacon, near Pawtucket 

Barry Edward, carder, house 88 Lowell 

Barry Ellen, widow, house 17 Winter 

Barry Joanna, widow, house 41 Summer 

Barry John, laborer, house 130 Lowell 

Barry Michael, moulder, house Broadway, corner Suffolk 

Barry Michael, carpetweaver, house rear 8 Mill 

Barry Patrick, blacksmith, house 108 Lowell 

Barry Richard D. spinner, house 76 River, Centralville 

Barry Thomas, dyer, boards 100 Lowell 

Barry William, spinner, house 17 River, Centralville 

Barry William, laborer, house 1 Cross 

Barry William, machinist, boards 41 Summer 

Barth Daniel W. hairdresser, 4 Central, house 67 Lawrence 

Barth John, boards 67 Lawrence 

Barthianme Charles, laborer, house 45 Salem 

Bartlett Charles E. patent-leather worker, boards 11 Bleachery 

Bartlett Daniel B. H. machinist, boards 85 Lawrence corporation 

Bartlett D. Bradford, paymaster, Lowell Gas Light Co., Middle, 
corner Shattuck, house 149 East Merrimac 

Bartlett Ebenezer N. Mrs. h. 65 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett Edward, painter, h. 11 Bleachery 

Bartlett Edward, machinist, bds. 50 Moody 

Bartlett Edwin W. carpenter, bds. 85 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett Elizabeth, widow, bds. 65 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett George H. {Fielding ^ B.), 136 Central, h. 7 Kirk 

Bartlett Gustavus, farmer, h. Bridge, n. Dracut line, Centralville 

Bartlett Hannah D. widow, b. 173 Merrimac corp. 

Bartlett Horace E. Mrs. widow, h. 156 Suffolk 

Bartlett George L. clerk, b. 5 Jackson 

Bartlett Jane, widow, b. Cambridge, n. Hall 

Bartlett J. Adams, clerk, 136 Central, b. 7 Kirk 

Bartlett Orin, weaver, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett Stephen, overseer weaver, h. 85 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett (Sylvanus) & Moody {Amos P.), mineral water, 52 Mid- 
dlesex, h. First, Centralville 

Bartlett Wm. H. patent-leather worker, b. 11 Bleachery 

Bartlett Willington, carder, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Bartlett Wise, carpenter, h. 28 Fourth, Centralville 

Barton Herbert W. currier, b. Manchester 

Barton James H. picker, b. 28 Tremont corp. 

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Barton Morton A. overseer, b. R. R , Dracut 
^-Barton Otis (Spaulding Sf Co.), dry-goods, 62 Merrimac, h. at 
Manchester 

Barton Sarah A. Mrs. h. 28 Tremont corp. 
- Barton Samuel, picker, b. 28 Tremont corp. 
' Barton Wesley W. cardgrinder, b. 28 Tremont corp. 

Baryall Gregg, laborer, h. 291 Middlesex 

Basclair Alexander, b. 281 Middlesex 

Basclair Edward, blacksmith, h. 281 Middlesex 

Bascom Timothy, grocer, 214 Merrimac, h. 388 do. 

Bascom Wm. furdealer, 162 Merrimac, h. 2 Kirk 

Basford Horace, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Bass Wm. physician, 131^ Central, h. 29 Tyler 

Bassett Charles H. carpenter, b. Mammoth road, Dracut 

Bassett Chas. H. carpenter, b. 36 Hamilton 

Bassett Elizabeth & Jane Misses, h. 27 Bleachery 

Bassett James, shoemaker, h. Adams, cor. Lowell 

Bassett Jesse N. dressertender, h. 17 Abbott 

Bassett Johanna, widow, b. 48 Church 

Bassett Martin L, machinetender, b. 17 Abbott 

Bassett Patrick, spinner, h. 48 Church 

Baston Edward H. machinist, b. r. Thorndike, opp. S. Common 

Batchelder Benj. F. h. 30 Tyler 

Batchelder Joseph C. carpenter, h. 51 Butterfield 
-Batchelder Sarah Miss, h. 3 E. Merrimac 

Batchelder Wm., B. & L. E.. R. h. Robinson, n. R. R. bridge 
-Batchelder Wm. S. blacksmith, h. 82 High 

Bates Adalaid Mrs. b. 7 Chapel 
—Bates Dennis P., Merrimac corp. h. 43 do. 
—Bates Henry, machinist, b. 41 L. M. S. corp. 

Bates Nymphas, house 111 Central 

Bates , cutter, b. 115 Gorham 

Bates Wm. W. teamster, h. 158 School [Merrimac, h. 41 Charles 

Battersby Wm. H. & Co. merchant tailor, 4 Canal block, and 82 

Battles Charles F. agent, Tremont corp. h. 357 Merrimac 

Battles Emma, teacher, b. 21 John 

Battles Frank F. agent, Massachusetts corp. h. 3 Kirk 
--Battles Joseph, moulder, b. 35 L. M. S. corp. 

Battye Charles, boards 9 Crosby 

Battye Jonathan, designer, h. 31 Suffolk corp. 

Battye Miles H. weaver, b. 9 Crosby 

Battye Wm. house 9 Crosby 

Baxter Andrew, laborer, h. 4 Cedar 

Baxter Catharine, widow, h. r. 12 William 

Baxter Darwin D. Mrs. variety-store, 151 Middlesex, h. do. 

Baxter George P. clerk. Am. Bolt Co. h. 296 Central 

Baxter Ellen Miss, h. Parker's block. River, Centralville 

Baxter Hugh, laborer, b. 2 Brown's court, Centralville 

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Baxter Lawrence, musician, h. 12 William 

Bayham Edward, laborer, h. River, n. City line, Centralville 
-Beal Daniel W. spinner, b. 80 Merrimac corp. 

Beaman Rachel W. boarding-house, 22 Hamilton corp. 

Bean Alvira C. Mrs. h. 14 Marshall 

Bean Andrew J. clerk, b. 2 Merrimac court 
-Bean Caleb M. stonecutter, h. 157. Merrimac corp. 
-Bean Charles E. lather, h. 157 Merrimac corp. 

Bean James W. b. 10 Queen 

Bean Joanna, widow, b. School, cor. Branch 

Bean Lyman W. Mrs. b. 242 Gorham 

Bean Margaret A. Mrs. h. 10 Queen 

Bean Moses, laborer, h. 5 Dempsey's yard 

Bean Olive W. teacher, b. 10 Queen 

Bean Samuel, h. 242 Gorham 

Beard Alvin, machinist, h. 2 Railroad 

Beard Mary A. Mrs. teacher, h. 383 Merrimac 

Beard Ithamar, counsellor, 49 Central, b. 89 Nesmitb 

Beard Ithamar A. b. 21 Pawtucket 

Beard Ithamar W. Mrs. h. 39 Nesmitb 

Beard Samuel, spinner, h. 135 Lawrence 

Beaubeau David, army, h. 87 Moody 

Beaubeau Edward, operative, b. 87 Moody 

Beaubeau Peraje, widow, h. 87 Moody 

Beaumier Joseph, spinner, h. 279 Middlesex 

Beaumier Mary, widow, h. 279 Middlesex 

Beauregard Charles, sawyer, h. 13 Middlesex place 

Beck Samuel, tinsmith, h. 37 Lawrence corp. 

Beckett Alexander, woolcolorer, h. 165 Broadway 

Beckett Alexander, dyer, b. 25 Market 

Beckwith Charlton (Nev. Terr.), h. 21 N. Franklin court 

Beckwith Emeline, boarding-house, 3 Merrimac corp. 

Beckwith Lyman B. watchman, h. 5 Lawrence corp. 

Bedee Moses V. stonecutter, h. Mt. Vernon, n. Westford 

Bedell Adam, clerk, h. 17 Merrimac corp. 

Bedlow Artemas, house 94 Gorham 

Bedlow George W. paymaster, Boott, h. 8 Ash 

Bedlow Joseph, superintendent, Lawrence corp. h. 87 do. 

Beebe Charles L. spinner, b. 38 Boott corp. 

Beeman Benj. packer, h. 17 Lawrence corp. 

Beevan Daniel, laborer, h. Front, Centralville 

Begley Patrick, laborer, h. r. 16 Dummer 

Behan John, operative, h. r. 141 Lowell 

Behan Patrick, laborer, h. 137 Lowell 

Belameur Charles, tinsmith, b. 10 Middlesex place 

Belden Charles F. overseer, h. 3 Cabot Block 

Bell Gianville, Merrimac corp. h. 56 do. 

Bell Mary P. Mrs. h. 77 High 

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Bell Samuel M. house 77 High 

Bellduke PhiUp, blacksmith, b. 3 Suffolk corp. 

Bellows John, currier, b. Tanner, n. Lincoln 

Bellows Samuel M. clerk, post-office, h. 16 Cabot 

Bellville Maxim, teamster, h. Davidson's lane 

Beinent Samuel, principal, Bartlett School, h. 89 Salem 

Bemis Arzina Mrs. h. 203 Middlesex 

Benard Hermine, widow, h. r. 116 Middlesex 

Benden Frederick, tailor. Hale, n. Chelmsford, h. do. 

Benner Burnham C. & M. A. furniture, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Prescott, 

house 19 Third, Centralville [Centralville 

Benner Myrick A. (5. O. 8^ M. A. B.) 4 Prescott, h. 6 Bead, 

Benner , wheelwright, b. 286 Central 

Bennett Frank E. {B. ^ Rodliff) wood and coal. Moody, c. Tre- 

mont, h. 69 Appleton 
Bennett George, spinner, h. 287 Central 
Bennett Greorge, carpenter, b. 2 Middlesex place 
Bennett George H. barber, 22 Central, b. 64 River, Centralville 
Bennett Horace W., Merrimac corp. h. 40 do. 
Bennett James W. carpenter and gravelroofer, Middlesex, corner 

Grand, h. 9 Marshall 
Bennett John A. printer, 44 Central, h. 133 Moody 
Bennett John C. washing machines, Button, near Fletcher, h. 18 

Lagi'ano;e 
Bennett Joseph, picker, h. r. Coburn, Centralville 
Bennett Mary Mrs. boarding-house, 13 Hamilton corp. 
Bennett Thomas, watchman, h. Manchester, n. Ayer's City 
Bennett Wilder, superintendent of streets, h. 110 Central 
Bennett Wm. fireman, h. Hunt's court 
Bennett Wm. S. merchant tailor, 11 Central, h. 44 Chestnut 
Benson Daniel, fuller, h. 58 Lawrence 
Benson Samuel, hairdresser, b. Chelmsford road 
Bent Wm. counsellor, b. 98 E. MeiTimac 

Bent Wm. H. law student, 13 Barristers Hall, b. 98 E. Merrimac 
Bentley Jonathan, weaver, bds. 86 Charles 
Bentley Joseph, laborer, h. 86 Charles 
Bentley Samuel, machinist, h. 10 Marshall 

Bergin Michael, fireman, h. 81 Lowell [8 Cabot 

Bergeron Louis {Hall 8^-B.), blacksmiths, Merrimac, n. Suffolk, h. 
Berbick Hattie, dressmaker, b. 24 Tremont corp. 
Berick Edward H. C. machinist, h. 35 Branch 
Berne James, horsenail maker, 62 Button, h. do. 
Berrian Ellen, widow, h. Green, n. George 
Benian Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Garnet 
Berry Charles H. weaver, b. 383 Merrimac 
Berry Charles B. shoemaker, h. 383 Merrimac 
BeiTy Charles B. sashmaker, b. Ill Central 
Berry George Mrs. h. r. 17 Willie ave. 

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Berry Geo. N. P. bobbinmaker, b 383 MeiTimac 
Berry James, miller, Livingston's, h. 44 Rock 
Berry John Beaman, carpenter, h. 6 Clark's court 
Ben-y John {John Mather ^ Co.), b. 141 Gorham 
Berry John, bobbinmaker, b. 85 Howard 
Berry 3Iichael, spinner, h. 18 Lewis 
Berry Nelson H. conductor, L. & L. R. R. h. 144 School 
Berry Theophilus D. carpenter, h. Stevens, n. Chelmsford line 
Berry Thomas, manuf. b. 141 Gorham 
Berry Thomas (John Mather & Co.), b. 141 Gorham 
Berry Wilson, operative, h. 7 Middlesex place 
Besonnett Ebed,- sawyer, h. 114 Middlesex 
Besonnett John, sawyer, h. Mclntire 
Besonnett Louis, sawyer, h. 129 Middlesex 
Besonnett Ziah, shinglemaker, b. Mclntire 
-Besse Joseph V. variety store, 15 Tilden, h. do. 
Beswick Thomas, spinner, b. 6 Clark's court 
Bethel Mary, widow, h. 203 Middlesex 
Bettis John, painter, b. 76 Button 

Betty Thomas, clerk, 253 jMerrimac, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 
Betty Wm. laborer, b. Mammoth road, Dracut 
Bevan Samuel, laborer, h. 1 Quigley's alley 
Bews Daniel, h. 29 Lawi'ence corp. 
Bibbey Wm. spinner, b. 6 Clark's court 
Bickford Abby C. boarding-house, 13 Merrimac corp. 
Bickford Allen P. police, h. 4 Mason's couit 
Bickford Charles, driver, b. Ill Central 
Bickford Edwin S. dyer, b. 50 Howard 
Bickford Eugene, operative, b. 20 Lowell corp. 
Bickford David, gasfitter, b. 12 Tremont corp. 
Bickford Geqrge H. bobbinmaker, b. 13 Tremont corp.- 
Bickford Henry, carpenter, b. 32 Lawrence corp. 
Bickford Joseph, machinist, h. 54 Stackpole 
Bickford Lucy T. widow, h. 285 Central 
Bickford Moses, blacksmith, Pawtucket bridge, Dracut 
Bickford Richmond H. beltmaker, 4 and 6 Button, h. 30 Suffolk 
Bickford Wm. H. Mrs. h. 4 Bangs block, Railroad 
Bicknell John, farmer, h. 19 Essex 
Bigelow Edwin, boxmaker, h. 51 Gushing 
Bigelow Jonathan G. law student, b. 42 Tremont corp. 
Biggs James, mason, h. 45 Appleton 
Biggs James, jr. stonecutter, b. 45 Appleton 
Biggs John, carpenter, b. 45 Appleton 
Billings Abby, widow, h. 22 Austin 
Billings George E. clerk, Appleton Bank, b. 22 Austin 
Billings John T. ink manuf., Warren, n. Central, b. 221 Central 
Billings Samuel D. fruit, &c., 109 Central, h. 9 Third, Central- 
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Bilodeaux Peter, laborer, h. r. 102 Moody 

Bingham Fanny Miss, h. 54 Lawi'ence corp. 

Bingham George Mrs. h. 24 Common 

Bingham Hervey, clerk, b. 24 Hamilton corp. 

Bmgham Hervey, clerk. 167 Middlesex, b. 113 Central 
—Binks Benj. John, mason, h. 4 Knowles place 
— Binks John B. machinist, b. 4 Knowles place 

Binns Cyrus, woolsorter, h. 28 Walnut 

Bird Amanda Mrs. h. Richardson, Centralville 

Bird Charles, carriagemaker, h. 82 South 

Bu'd Elijah, cabinetmaker, h. 2 Wamesit court 

Bird Patrick, laborer, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

Birkenhead Thomas, laborer, h. 72 River, Centralville 

Birmingham Brido;et, widow, h. 19 High 

Bu-mingham Samuel T.. Indian physician, h. Tanner, n. junction ot 
B. & L. R. R., Ayer's City 

Birnboun Jacob, fancy-goods, 3 Wells's block, h. do. 

Bisbee Ira Mrs. widow, h. 86 High 

Bishaw John, laborer, h. 6 E. Pine 

Bishop Nathaniel, spooHng, h. 73 Boott corp. 

Bishop Stewart, operative, b. 52 Church 

Bishop Stewart, Middlesex, b. 94 Church 

Bishop Thomas, laborer, h. r. 16 Appleton 

Bishop Wm. watchman, b. 29 Lawrence corp. 

Bissell Archibald, contractor, Lowell Machine Shop, h. 6 L. M. S. 
corporation 

Bissell Daniel, machinist, h. 280 Middlesex 

Bissell George W. teamster, h. 36 L. M. S. corp. 

Bixby Howard C. clerk, 52 Merrimac, boards 93 Salem 

Bixby Joseph, clerk, house 46 Paige 

Bixby Thomas, boards 50 Paige 

Black Abner B. peddler, boards 148 Suffolk 

Black Abner M. painter, house 148 Suffolk 

Black Johnston, machinist, house rear 137 Middlesex 

Black Patrick, moulder, house Linden, near Auburn 

Black Peter, laborer, house Linden, near Auburn 

Black Thomas, machinist, house 22 Gorham 

Blackey J. B. engineer, B. & L. R. R. boards 192 Middlesex 

Blackburn Ann, widow, house 16 Summer 

Blackburn James, machinist, boards 16 Summer 

Blackington Daniel, blacksmith, house 2 S. Franklin court 

Blair Enoch R. grocer, Broadway, corner School, h. 215 School 

Blaisdell Adeline S. Mrs., house 43 Fayette 
— Blaisdell Charles E. carder, bds. 134 Merrimac corporation 

Blaisdell Charles R. counsellor and claim agent, 3 Canal block, 
house Bridge, corner Tenth, CentralvUle 

Blaisdell Jonathan H. Mrs. boarding-house, 33 Hamilton corp. 

Blaisdell John H. clerk, boards 33 Hamilton corporation 

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Blaisdell Hiram W. bookkeeper, house 92 South 

Blaisdell Theophilus C. police, house 52 Chapel 

Blaisdell William F. carder, bds. 134 Merrimac corporation 

Blake Amos B. japanner, boards Manchester 

Blake Edward F. driver, ice-cart, house 2 McFarlin avenue 

Blake E. Otis {Upton 8^ Blake), shoulder-brace manufacturer, 

15 John, house 21 Kirk 
Blake Hannah, widow, house 24 Davidson 
Blake Henry, bookkeeper, boards 16 Willie avenue 
Blake Ira S. patent-leather worker, house London 
Blake James, scourer, boards rear 19 Summer 
Blake Jesse {Hubbard^ B.), Ayer's City, h. Lincoln, n. Main 
Blake Thomas, spinner, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Blake Thomas C. machinist, house Mammoth road Dracut 
Blake Thomas Mrs. widow, house 16 Willie avenue 
Blake Urania Mrs., house 20 Essex 
Blakeley {Edward), Firth {John), & Co. {Arthur McAhon), 

manufacturing chemists, Pleasant, h. 51 River, Centralville 
Blanchard Aaron, timekeeper, L. M. S., house 10 Lagrange 
Blanchard Alexis, machinist, house 33 High 
Blanchard Amos Bev. pastor, Kirk-street Congregational Church, 

house 8 Kirk 
Blanchard Amos, jr. clerk (Boston), boards 8 Kirk 
Blanchard Amos A. paymaster, Lowell Manufacturing Company, 

house 134 Market 
Blanchard C. F. Mrs. house 168 East Merrimac 
Blanchard Charles F. clerk, 1 Central, boards 137 Gorham 
Blanchard Clarissa, widow, bouse Hunt's court 
Blanchard Emery G. Mrs. house 149 Moody 
Blanchard Elbridge A. carpenter, boards 65 L. M. S. eorp. 
Blanchard Frederick, bookkeeper, boards 34 Bartlett 
Blanchard Lydia Miss, seamstress, boards 105 Gorham 
Blanchard Roswell, weaver, boards 42 Tremont corporation 
Blanchard Sarah Mrs. house 34 Bartlett 
Blanchard Samuel P, boards 58 Moody 
Blanchard {S. P.) k Gilmore {John), North-End Exchange, 238 

Merrimac, boards Franklin House 
Blanchard William, clerk, 86 Merrimac, boards 34 Bartlett 
Blanchard William D. contractor, house 7 Westford 
Blessington Ann Mrs. boarding-house, 1 William 
Bligh John, machinist, boards 148 Central 
Bliss Almira, widow, house 8 Union 
Bliss Ira A. farmer, house 3 Union 
Blodgett Charles, machinist, boards 114 Merrimac corp. 
Blodgett Jacob B. carpenter, boards Canada, near Tanners 
Blodgett Orlando, butcher, house Chelmsford, near Parker 
Blodgett Sarah W. boarding-house, Canada, near Tanners 

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Blodgett {Tliomas), Read {William), & Pease (Lewis I).), 
stonecutters, School, corner Nashua R. R., boards Mount 
Vernon 
Blodgett Walter, operative, boards 18 Appleton corporation 
Blood Andrew, house 78 Boott corporation 
Blood Benjamin, engineer, house River Road, Dracut 
Blood Benjamin, engineer, house Canada, near Tanners 
Blood Benjamin A. butcher, house Wilder, near Broadway 
Blood (Cyrus) & Mitchell (Daniel F.), provisions, Liberty 

square, house 15 Adams, Franklin square 
Blood Frank A. house 14 Central [tralville 

Blood John C. conductor, B. & L. R. R. house 69 Third, Cen- 
Blood Joseph, teamster, house rear 46 Paige 
Blood Josiah, teamster, boards 263 Central 
Blood Martin L. machinist, boards 75 L. M. S. corporation 
Blood Orford B. forwarder, J. C. Ayer's, h. River Road, Dracut 
Blood Sarah Mrs. hoop-skirts, 78 Merrimae, boards 13 Cabot 
^- Boardman George, clerk, 134 Merrimae, boards 113 do. 
Boai-dman Henry, clerk, boards 117 Gorham 
Boardman Henry W. (Thompson Sf B.) 5 Barristers Hall, h. 
Fifth, corner Read, Centralville 
— Boardman Langley H. boots and shoes, 34 Central, h. 7 Willow 
Boardman William E. house 32 Boott corporation 
Bodfish Francis B. variety store. Liberty square, h. 47 Fletcher 
Bodge William, policeman, house 39 Appleton 
Bodwell Harriet Miss, boarding-house, 14 Warren 
Bogue Edward, blacksmith, boards 111 Market 
Bogue James, laborer, house 111 Market 
Bogue James, jr., dyer, boards 111 Market 
Bogue William, dyer, boards 111 Market 
— Bohonan Martin, laborer, house 3 Carolin's place 
-Bohonan (il/brrjY/ ilf ) & Barney (Alfred), grocers, 113 Thorn- 
dike, house 43 Chestnut 
Boland Ellen, widow, house 19 Dummer 
Boland John, spinner, boards 19 Dummer 
Boland Mary, widow, house 96 Merrimae corporation 
Boland Michael, laborer, house 230 Middlesex ,, 

Bolton John, machinist, house Lawrence-street court 
Bond Andrew F. harnessmaker, house 40 Dummer 
Bond Charlotte J. widow, boards 16 Hurd 
Bond George S. at Locks and Canals, house 42 Dummer 
Bond Henry, blacksmith, boards 29 Hamilton corporation 
Bond Peter, operative, house rear 374 Merrimae 
Bonner John, engineer, house 30 Paige 

Bonney Arthur P. counsellor, 43^ Central, President First Na- 
tional Bank, boards 12 Hurd 
Bonney Seth, clerk, 5 Prescott block, boards 107 Appleton 
Boocock Stad, woolsorter, house 13 Lowell corporation 

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Boom Samuel, laborer, house 16 Warren 

Booth James T. dyer, house 37 Hamilton corporation 

Booth John, laborer, house 4 Luther's court 

Booth Richard Mrs. house 37 Hamilton corporation 

Booth Robert, currier, house 22 Smith 

Booth William, scourer, boards 37 Hamilton corporation 

Bossidy Ellen Mrs. widow, house 68 Church 

Bosworth Charles E. machinist, boards ('4 L. M. S. corp. 

Boudon Joseph, laborer, house Salem, near Decatur 

Boudreau Isaiah, laborer, house 199 School 

Bouisher Samuel, painter, house 344 Central 

Bourbon Edward, spinner, boards 87 Moody 

Bourbon Palagy, widow, house 87 Moody 

Bourne Charles S. machinist, boards 65 L. M. S. corp. 

Bouse Charlotte and Elizabeth Misses, house 80 Charles 

Boutwell Charles W. weaver, boards 138 Merrimac corp. 

Boutwell Edson, planer, house 71 Fletcher 

Boutwell William W. weaver, boards 138 Merrimac corp 

Bourasas Moses, operative, house 116 Middlesex 

Bow Alexander, machinist, house 4 Salem 

Bow Peter, laborer, house 5 Little 

Bowden Ernest, spinner, house Lawrence-street court 

Bowden George, Stott's Mills, house Lincoln, corner Main 

Bowden James, variety store, 22 South, house 20 Lee 

Bowden William, watchman, boards 61 Lawrence corp. 

Bowen George F. overseer, house 29 Lawrence 

Bowers Alpheus, clerk, 123 Central, boards 27 Chapel 

Bowers Arthur E. & Co. clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 

33 Central, house 22 Hurd 
Bowers Charles H. blacksmith, boards 101 Central 
Bowers George, weaver, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Bowers Ira, laborer, house rear 116 Middlesex 
Bowers James, house 26 Pawtueket 
Bowers Jonathan Mrs. house 70 Pawtueket 
Bowers Jonathan, carriage-maker, 65 Pawtueket, house 70 do. 
Bowers Panielia Miss, house 299 Central 
Bowlar William, laborer, house rear 104 Suifolk 
Bowman James A. painter, house 87 Merrimac corp. 
Bowman Lois, widow, boards 83 School 
Bowman Wilson, spinner, house 80 Moody 
Boyd James, stonecutter, house 62 Hamilton block 
Boyd Jane, widow, boards 2 Lowell corporation 
Boyd James, carpenter, house 25 Fayette 
Boyd John, clock repairer, 56 Central 
Boyd John, shoemaker, Howe, house 7 Pleasant 
Boyd Ruth, widow, house 12 South Highland 
Boyden Erastus, overseer, house 1 East Merrimac 
Boyden Wallace, machinist, boards 61 Lawrence corp. 

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Boyle Andrew, laborer, house 29 Middle 

Boyle Catherine, house Dutton 

Boyle Duke, laborer, house 10 Congress 

Boyle Frances Mrs. widow, house 11 River, Centralville 

Boyle James, carder, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 

Boyle John, fireman, house 21 Spring 

Boyle James, blacksmith, house Middlesex, opp. Mclntyre 

Boyle John, laborer, house rear Fulton, Centralville 

Boyle John F. spinner, house Bow, near Pearl, Centralville 

Boyle Michael, laborer, house Front, Centralville 

Boyle Patrick, saloon, 10 (iorham, house do. 

Boyle Patrick, laborer, house 2 Little 

Boyle Patrick, house 58 Dutton 

Boyle William, laborer, boards 14 Lowell 

Boynton Benjamin F. overseer, Lowell, h. School, near Bowers 

Boynton Emma J. widow, house 30 Massachusetts corp. 

Boynton James M. hostler, house 228 Middlesex 

Boynton James W. Mrs. h. Mount Vernon, n. Sixth, Centralville 

Boynton Mark C. teamster, house 85 Thorndike 

Bozin Gideon («/. G. Ayer S^ Co.), boards 5 Jackson 

Brabrook Joseph A. harnessmaker, 45 Market, h. 27 Tyler 

Brackett Charles E. carder, boards G Hamilton corp. 

Brackett Joshua A. candy manuf. Middle, cor. Central, h. do. 

- Brackett Thomas, laborer, house 6 Wall 

' Brackett Shadrach R. worsted, manufacturer, Waraesit Power Co. 
house 152 East Merrimac 
Bradford George, color mixer, boards 148 Central 
Bradford James W. painter, house 172 Suffolk 
Bradford Maria, widow, house 24 Lowell 
Bradford Ruth, widow, house 215 Middlesex 
Bradford William W. machinist, house 215 Middlesex 

- Bradley Ambrose E. shoemaker, house 15 Alder 
Bradley Christopher, saloon, 20 Gorham, house do. 
Bradley Daniel P. Mrs. house 11 Third, Centralville 
Bradley George F. printer, 44 Central, boards 296 do. 
Bradley George T. clerk, boards 296 Central 
Bradley Harriet, teacher, house 26 Fourth, Centralville 
Bradley James, calico printer, house 15 Dummer 
Bradley Louisa Mrs., house 26 Fourth, Centralville 
Bradley Michael, laborer, house 32 William 

Bradley Miranda W. teacher, h. 26 Fourth, Centralville 

Bradley Patrick, army, h. 12 River, Centralville 

Bradley Patrick, laborer, boards 52 Gorham 

Bradley Patrick, laborer, house 17 William 

Bradley Peter, laborer, boards 52 Goi'ham 

Bradley Sarah A. teacher, boards 11 Third, Centralville 

Bradley Thomas N. house 21^ Union 

Bradley Thomas T. (Boston) house 21 Union 

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Bradley William H. surgeon, house 26 Fourth, Centralville 

Bradley William T. house 40 Lawrence 

Bradshaw John, boards 5 Fayette 

Bradshaw William, tailor, house 5 Fayette 

Bradt David (G. J. ^ D.), Whiting, house do. 

Bradt Gerrit J. & D. bakers. Whiting, house Whiting 

Bradt James G. {Bihrnham ^ B.^ physician, Middlesex, corner 

Central, boards do. 
Brady Ann, widow, house 27 Keene 
Brady Ann, widow, house 83 Lowell 
Brady Bernard A. laborer, house 3 Summer 
Brady Betsey, widow, house 31 Keene 
Brady Catharine, widow, house Parker's block, Centralville 
Brady Bridget Mrs. house 21 Keene 
Brady James, dyer, house 26 High 
Brady James, laborer, house 1 Short 
Brady John, blacksmith. Front, corner River, Centralville 
Brady Mary, widow, house 118 Lowell 
Brady Michael, laborer, house 18 Keene 
Brady Patrick, soapmaker, house 3 Short 
Brady Peter, job wagon, house 309 Central 
Brady Philip, laborer, house 40 Paige 
Brady Rose Mrs. widow, house 18 Keene 
Brady Margaret, widow, house 19 Adams 
Brady Thomas, laborer, boards 40 Paige 
Bragdon George, house 33 Anne 
Bragg Maynard, L. M. Shop, house 76 do. 
Bramhall John, weaver, house 63 Hamilton block 
Brawn Chesley, carpenter, 243 Merrimac, house atDracut 
Bray Eben, restorator, 19 Merrimac, house do. 
Bray Margaret, house 22 North 
Bray William, clerk, 19 Merrimac, boards do. 
Brazer William P. hats, caps, and furnishing goods, 47 Central, c. 

Market, h. 136 East Merrimac 
Breason Andrew, house 17 Cross 
Breason Philip, saloon, 2 Bridge, house rear 5 Cross 
Breed Henry K. Mrs. house 52 Church 
Breed John H. barber, boards 52 Church 
Breen Bridget, widow, house 54 Middle 
Breen Ellen, widow, house 45 Middle 
Breen Ellen, widow, house Winter, near Gorham 
Breen Francis, eardstripper, house 82 Moody 
Breen James, moulder, boards 34 South 
Breen John Mrs. house 25 Middle. 
Breen John, dyer, house 52 Middle 
Breen John, weaver, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 
Breen John, laborer, house 45 Middle 
Breen John, laborer, house rear 25 Middle 

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Breen Patrick, laborer, house' 34 Crosby 

Brennan Ann, widow, boards 84 Charles 

Brennaa Bridget, widow, boards 1 Carpet lane 

Brennan Francis, laborer, boards Putney's court 

Brennan James, laborer, house 3 Fayette 

Brennan James, dyer, boards 80 Middle 
''- Brennan James, blacksmith, house 61 Lowell 
'^ ' Brennan James, house rear 100 Lowell 

Brennan John, boltmaker, boards 9 Mill 

Brennan John, laborer, house 3 Pearl 

Brennan Mary, widow, house Putney's court 

Brennan Michael, dry-goods, 56 Merrimac, house 7 Third, Cent. 

Brennan Patrick, papermaker, house 9 Mill 

Brennan Patrick, mulespinner, house Tyler's block, Centralville 

Brennan Patrick, laborer, house 4 Cummiskey' alley 

Brennan Patrick, laborer, boards Putney's court 

Brennan Simon, pickertender, house rear 13 Summer 

Brennan Thomas, laborer, house 2 Green 

Brennan Thomas, laborer, house rear 242 Central 

Brennan Thomas, laborer, boards 4 Kidder 

Brennan Thomas, laborer, house 1 Carpet lane 

Brennan William, laborer, boards 9 Mill 
-Brewster John L. variety store, 13 Tilden, house do. 

Briar William Mrs. house Pine, near Liberty 

Brick John, woolsorter, boards 48 Lawrence corporation 

Brick Catharine, widow, house 41 Fenwick 

Brickett Henry W. telegraph and western ticket agent, Merrimac 
St. Depot, h. 16 Cabot 

Brickley Catharine, widow, house 55 Common 

Brickley Patrick, laborer, house 55 Common 

Briden Samuel, weaver, boards 28 Suffolk corp. 

Bridge Ellen A. teacher, boards 115 Grorham 

Bridge William, machinist, boards 22 Varney 

Bridges Joseph W. laborer, house 237 Gorham 

Bridgman Asa, bobbinmaker, boards 26 Appleton corporation 

Brierton Edward, provisions, 72 Lowell, house do. 

- Briggs Ansel S., Merrimac corporation, house 48 do. 

-- Briggs Franklin W. weaver, house 158 Merrimac corporation 
Briggs George Mrs. widow, house 45 Hamilton corporation 
Briggs John, Mrs. house 61 Merrimac corporation 
Briggs Richard, warpdresser, house 38 Worthen 
Brigham Charles, clerk, 149 Central, 
Brigham Charles W. clerk, boards 3 Harrison [square 

— Brigham Ephraim T. photographs, 103 Merrimac, house 3 High-st. 
Brigham George A. machinist, house 39 Fifth, Centralville 
Brigham Henry H. clerk, 92 Central, boards 3 Harrison 
Brigham Oramer A. laborer, boards Third, corner Mt. Vernon, 

Centralville 

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Brigbam Thomas, clerk, 105 Middlesex, boards 11 Howard 

Brigham Warren, machinist, house 53 Summer 

Brigham William F. overseer, Mass. corp. repair shop, h. Prescott 

corporation 
• Brigham William F. machinist, house 4 East Merrimac 
Bright Luther, patent right dealer, house 21 Tremont corporation 

Brimhall , bedsteadmaker, boards 70 L. M. S. corporation 

Bring Thomas, soapmaker, house rear 40 Charles 

Britton Charles H. card-grinder, house 9 Mass. corp. 

Britton Henry, boltmaker, house 5 New 

Britton Preston H., L. M. S. Foundry, house 273 Middlesex 

Britton William, picker, house rear 15 River, Centralville 

Broderick James, fireman, house 25 North 

Broderick Thomas, spinner, house 2 Mason's court 

Brock John H, job wagon, house 51 Lawrence 

Brogan Bridget, boarding-house, 48 Lawrence corporation 

Brogan Martin, laborer, boards 48 Lawrence corporation 

Brook George E. carpenter, boards 40 L M. S. corporation 

Brook John, pistolmaker, boards 40 L. M. S. corporation 

Brooks Artemas L. lumber dealer and manufacturer. Mechanics' 

Mills, house Fletcher 
Brooks Charles N. carpenter, house 173 Merrimac corporation 
Brooks Charles W. blacksmith, house 1 Farson's court 
Brooks Daniel, keeper, Guard Locks, h. School, near Pawtucket 
Brooks Henry C. dresser, house 15 Boott corporation 
Brooks James W. cofEn warehouse, 19 Prescott, h. 12 Fourth, 

Centralville. 
Brooks Ruhamah A. variety store, 113 Middlesex, house 1 Farson's 

court 
Brooks Sager, filecutter, boards 78 Market 
Brooks Sarah J. Mrs. house 72 Church 
Bi'ooks Stillman, machinist, house 66 Lawrence corporation 
Brooks Thomas, moulder, boards 44 Water 

Brooks Walter, spinner, boards Sherman House, 14 River, Cent. 
Brooks William F. B. hairdresser, 276 Merrimac, h. 11 Fayette 
Brophy Catherine Mrs. boarding-house, 51|- Lowell 



Bropliy Martin, machinist, boards 51^ Lowell jpr 
Brophy Mary, widow, boards 3 Lowell corpoiatlon 
Brohord David, operative, house Decatur '\\ 
Brothers Charlotte, widow, house 56 High 
Brothers Joseph, machinist, house 33 Charles 
Brothers Henry C. clerk, 2 Central, boards 33 Charles 
Brown x\aron, overseer yard Mass. corp. house 57 do. 
Brown Abraham, carpenter, house 55 Bartlett 
Brown Alliert E. carpenter, boards 8 Wamesit 
Brown Alfred, carpenter, house 18 Abbott 
Brown Alfred, carpenter, boards River road, Dracut 
Brown Alice, boards 246 Central 

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Brown Alice, variety store, 97 Central, boards 243 do. 
Brown Almira G. Mrs. dressmaker, Nesmith's building, house do. 
Brown Allen H. machinist, house 13 Adams, Franklin square 
Brown (Alpheus i?.) & Alger (Edwin A.), counsellors, 55 Cen- 
tral, house 9 Kii-k 
Brown Ambrose, fireman, boards 52 Boott corporation 
Brown Ammi, water-gauger, house 31 Suffolk, Franklin square 
Brown Amos F. stoneworker, house 117 Middlesex 
Brown Amos S. teamster, house 12 Smith 
Brown Benj. F. cabinetmaker, boards 252 Middlesex 
Brown Bradbury D. boarding-house, 4 Massachusetts corporation 
Brown Byron B. laborer, boards London 
Brown Charles, shoemaker, house 119 Moody 
Brown Charles E. woodworker, house 22 Varney 
Brown Charles H. carpenter, boards 28 Union 
— Brown Charles W. clerk, Merrimac cor. John, boards 65 Andover 
Brown Cyrus, timekeeper, boards 109 Appleton 
Brown Daniel, machinist, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 
Brown Daniel W. weaver, boards 12 Hamilton corporation 
Brown Darius C. reed and power-loom harnessmaker, Warren, cor. 

Church, house 89 Church 
Brown Deliverance P. at Locks and Canals, house 48 Dummer 
Brown Edwin, operative, boards 14 Wai'ren 
Brown Edwin A. printer, 44 Centi-al, boards 37 Mass. corp. 
- Brown Edwin L. machinist, boards 134 Memmac corporation 
Brown Emma Mrs. house 9 Massachusetts corporation 
Brown Emma F. ladies' hairdresser, 11 Worthen, house do. 
- Brown Ephraim, patent alarm locks, Howe, house 35 Chestnut 
Brown E. E. carpenter, boards 43 Lawi'ence corporation 
Brown {Francis) & Carter {H. P.), painters, 200 Middlesex, h. 

106 Howard 
Brown Francis, overseer, Middlesex, house 92 High 
Brown Frank, Warren, cor. Church, bds. 87 Church 
Brown Frank J. printer, house 12 Austin 
Brown Greorge H. teamster, boards 12 Smith 
y ■ Brown Greorge M. A. boards 113 Merrimac 
Brown George P. teamster, boards 53 Appleton 
Brown Harriet M. widow, house London 
Brown Henry, machinist, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Brown Henry A. carpenter, house 60 Lawrence 
Brown Hiram, wood, 53 Appleton, house do. 
Brown Hu-am J. machinist, house 54 Middlesex 
Brown Hiram L. teamster, boards 53 Appleton 
Brown Jacob P. carpenter, house 71 Third, Centralville 
Brown James, gardener, house 84 Gorham 

Brown James I. painter, 134 Middlesex, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
Brown James W. carpenter, house 53 Butterfield 
Brown Jerome B. bedsteadmaker, house 37 Fletcher 

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Brown Joel, mason and whitewasher, house 40 Charles 

Brown John, knitter, boards 43 Lawrence corporation 

Brown John, operative, boards 101 Central 

Brown John B. foreman yard Lowell Machine Shop, house 4 L. 

M. S. corporation 
Brown John S. machinist, boards 29 Boott corporation [rimac 

Brown Jonas E. ( Taylor 8^ Brown) , hairdresser, boards 202 Mer- 
Brown Joseph F. pressman, 106 Central, boards 111 do. 
Brown Joseph S. dry-goods, 54 Merrimac, house 18 Stackpole 
Brown Leonard, clerk, Adj. Gren. office (Boston), h. 154 E. Men. 
Brown Levi, captain police, house 265 Central 
Brown Levi E. bobbinmaker, boards 21 Market 
Brown Louisa R. boarding-house, 29 Boott corporation 
Brown Martin J. teamster, boards 40 Charles 
Brown Mary Mrs. house 3 Pleasant 
Brown Mary Mrs. boarding-house, 3 Lowell corporation 
Brown Mary, widow, boards River road, Dracut 
Brown Mary M. widow, boards 54 Middlesex 
Brown Michael, machinist, house 3 Summer 
Brown Myron C. carpenter, rear 55 Grorham, house do. 
Brown Nellie M. teacher, boards 31 Suffolk 
Brown Nicholas, laborer, house 118 Lowell 
Brown Otis J. carpenter, house 24 Chestnut 
Brown Patrick J. laborer, house Merrill, opposite Taylor 
Brown Philip F. boards 22 Fourth, Centralville 
Brown Robert E. soapmaker, house 120 Merrimac corporation 
Brown Samuel A. counsellor, 75 Central, house 426 Merrimac 
Brown Samuel R. turner, boards 29 Boott corporation 
Brown Samuel T. house 67 Third, Centralville 
Brown Sarah, widow, house Mammoth road, Dracut 
Brown Stephen, carpenter, house 165 Broadway 
Brown Willard, house 65 Fayette 

Brown Willard A. leather and findings, 88 Market, h. 55 Andover 
Brown William, superintendent, Prescott, bouse 65 Andover 
Brown William, provisions, 208 Central, house 166 Union 
Brown William M. peddler, house 5 Willow place 
Brown William P. carpenter, house 46 Howard 
Brown ell George, house 51 Church 
Browner Thomas, mason, house 34 Common 
Browner Thomas, jr. harnessmaker, 46 Central, house 34 Common 
Broyaz Edward, weaver, boards rear 116 Middlesex 
Bruce George, laborer, boards 14 George [House 

Bruce George A. law student, 55 Central, boards Washington 
Bruce William G. Mrs. house 32 Rock 

Bryant Cyrus, cabinetmaker, house 5 Adams, Franklin square 
Bryant Daniel, grocer, 110 Middlesex, house 66 Appleton 
Bryant Henry, machinist, boards 2 Lawrence corporation 
Bryant Hosea B. millwright, house 41 South 

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Bryant J. Hervey, overseer, Appleton corporation, house 22 do. 
^ — Bryant Lydia, widow, house 2 Lawi'ence corporation 
Bryant Lyman P. blacksmith, boards 41 South 
Bryant Mertoun C. JMrs. house 14 Kirk 
Bryant Otis H. machinist, boards 41 South 
Bryant Solon, spinner, house 19 Appleton corporation 
Buchanan James Mrs. house rear 7 1 Middlesex 
Buchanan James W. laborer, boards 3 Prospect 
Buchanan John, watchman, house 3 Prospect 
Buchanan John, jr. farmer, boards 3 Prospect 
Buchanan William, carpenter, boards 3 Prospect 
Buck Benjamin, laborer, house 1 Swift 
Buckland Henry, machinist, boards 10 Appleton corporation 
Buckland John, overseer, Appleton corporation, house 10 do. 
Buckley Edmund, boards School, corner Liberty 
Buckley Elizabeth, widow, house 3 Abbott 
Buckley John, stonecutter, boards 192 Middlesex 
Buckley Maurice, laborer, house 36 Lewis 
Buckley Michael, wood dealer, 66 South, house 42 do. 
Buckley Patrick, machinist, boards 51^ Lowell 
Buckman Grilbert, saloon, 145 Central, house 85 Church 
Buckman John, spinner, boards 56 Massachusetts corporation 
Buckman John B. machinist, boards 26 Appleton corporation 
Buckman Peter, carpenter, house Webster, Centralville 
Buckman Robert, laborer, boards 119 Central 
"^ Buckmaster John, cardstripper, house rear 16 Dummer 
*■ Buckminister William, machinist, boards 70 L. M. S. corp. 
~ Buffum Henry G. bookkeeper, boards 27 Chestnut 
^ BuSum Joshua, house 27 Chestnut 

- Bugbee Charles H. painter, boards 40 Lowell, Machine Shop corp. 
-^Bugbee Worcester, carpenter and boarding, h. 40 L. M. S corp. 

Bulger Christopher, coachman, house 23 George 
Buliard George F. (Custom House, Boston), boards 32 Cabot 
Bullard Otis (Boston), house 32 Cabot 
" BuUens Frank M. machinist, boards 10 L. M. S. corporation 
-BuUens Joseph M. contractor, L. M. S., h. 10 L. M. S. corp. 

- Bullens Stephen A. machinist, boards 10 L. M. S. corp. 
Bulmer John Mrs. house 4 Pearl 

Bulmer Ptobert B. junk, &c., house 3 Knowles place 

Bumpus Ephraira Mrs. boards 17 Austin 

Bunner John, house Kirk, near John 

Burbank Andrew J. overseer, house 71 Summer 

Burbank {Charles H.) h Winnek (^William G.), tailors, 53 

Central, house 21 Anne 
Burbank Leonard, boards Mammoth, near Dracut 
Burbank Samuel, house 35 Anne 
Burbank Thomas W. dressertender, house 73 Appleton 
Burbank William P. Appleton, boards 8 do. 

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Burch John, whitewasher, house 43 Hanover 

Burgess Augustus D. blacksmith, boards 15 Clark 

Burgess Dwelley W. blacksmith, house 15 Clark 

Burgess Ebenezer, harnessmaker, 38 Central, house 12 Ash 

Burgess Fred M. dresser, house 10 Third, Centralville 

Burgess James Mrs. house 77 High 

Burgess Rufus H. machinist, house 14 Suffolk corp. 

Burgess Thomas F. & Co. (Otis Allen), machinists, 235 Middle- 
sex, house Liberty, near Pine 

Burgess Washington C. foreman, 96 Market, b. 49 Central 

Burgess William, spinner, boards 71 Warren 

Burgin John, machinist, Hamilton corporation, house 38 do. 

Burgin Patrick, blacksmith, house 15 Adams 

Burgin William, laborer, boards 38 Hamilton corp. 

Burgoyne Patrick, house 21 Green (30th Regt.) 

Burke Adolphus S. expressman, boards River Road, Dracut 

Burke Alfred, blacksmith, house 92 Middlesex 

Burke Daniel, laborer, house rear 19 Winter 

Burke Gleorge, laborer, house 53 Middle 

Burke John, blacksmith, boards 34 L. M. S. corporation 

Burke Lucius, machinist, boards 119 Central 

Burke Mary, widow, house 51 Charles 

Burke Michael, laborer, house 81 Charles 

Burke Michael, laborer, house rear 114 Suffolk 

Burke Patrick, machinist, boards 148 Central 

Burke Patrick, coal heaver, boards 16 Summer 

Burke Patrick, laborer, house 3 Carpet-lane 

Burke Patrick, weaver, boards 11 Chapel 

Burke Thomas, Stott's Mills, house 42 Fayette 

Burke WiUiam A. agent, Boott corporation, house 27 Anne 

Burke , laborer, boards 2 William 

Burkley James, laborer, house Brewery court 

Burkley John, laborer, boards Brewery court 

Burmingham Bridget, widow, house 19 High 

Burnap Ethan, house 17 Tyler 

Burnham Aaron C. stonemason, house Hale, near Howard 

Burnham Albert W. dentist, 14 Barristers Hall, h. 145 Fletcher 

Burnham Eleazer, B. & L. R. R. house 22 Marshall 

Burnham Horace, clerk, 79 Merrimac, boards 63 Massachusetts 
corporation 

Burnham James H. machinist, boards Hale, near Howard 

Burnham JuHa Mrs. boards 23 Church 

Burnham Norman, B. & L. freight depot, h. Westford, n. Grand 

Burnham Philetus, paymaster Prescott Mills, h. 22 Prescott corp. 

Burnham Roswell S. carpenter, house 4 Livingston's Block, Ap- 
pleton 

Burnham (Walter) & Bradt (James G.), physicians, Middlesex, 
corner Central, house do. 

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Burns Edward, carpenter, house Front, Centralville 

Burns Elias, carder, house 7 Massachusetts corporation 

Burns Elizabeth, widow, h. Tyler's Block, Centralville 

Burns Henry, laborer, house rear 63 River, Centralville 

Burns James, laborer, house 8 Pearl 

Burns James, laborer, house 13 Somerset 

Burns Jane, widow, house 17 Union 

Burns John, laborer, house 20 Adams 

Burns John, machinist, house 12 Summer 

Burns John, dyer, boards 12 Suffolk corporation 

Burns John, woolsorter, house 11 Green 

Burns John, laborer, house 8 North • 

Burns John H. carpenter, house 10 River, Centralville 

Burns Julia, widow, house 51 Middle 

Burns Mary, widow, house 17 Union 

Burns Maria A. Mrs. boards 8 Merrill's court 

Burns Mary, widow, house rear 27 Middle 

Burns Michael, cabinet-maker, house 253 Middlesex 

Burns IMichael, spinner, house 37 North 

Burns Michael, spinner, boards Linden, near Auburn 

Bui-ns Michael, shearer, house Green, near George 

Burns Owen, cardroom, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Burns Patrick, laborer, house rear 21 North 

Burns Patrick, Middlesex, house 93 Gorham 

Burns Peter, cloth-folder, boards 34 Hamilton corp. 

Burns Thomas, at Smith Adams', house Adams square 

Burns Thomas, laborer, house Lincoln place 

Burns Thomas, laborer, house 38 William 

Burns Timothy, laborer, house Mount Vernon, n. Liberty 
' Burns William, shoemaker, house Llewellyn, Centreville 

Burns, see Byrne and 0' Beirne 

Burpee Frederick, machinist, boards 40 Branch 

Burr Joseph C. house rear 56 Moody 

Burrage Hamilton, clerk, Bleachery, boards 37 Chapel 

Burrill Ellen S. teacher, Green Grammer School 

Burroughs David N. wheelwright. Bridge, near City line, house 
May, Centralville 

Burroughs Horace M. wheelwright, bds. 71 Franklin square, corner 
Merrimac 
~ Burrow Cyrus, painter, house 9 East Merrimac 

Burrows Henry, Supt. Merrimac Print Works, house Worthen, 

Burrows Henry A. designer, boards 58 Moody 

Burrows Michael, spinner, boards 28 Suffijlk corp. 
'- Burton Alexander P. hairdresser, 22 Central, house 90 High 

Burton Mary, widow, house 19 Union 
Burton Simeon, laborer, boards 154 School 

Burton Stephen, laborer, boards 154 School [House. 

-~Burtt Adolphus S , at Sargent & Co's. Express, boards Merrimac 

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Bnrti (Georffe K) Brothers (J. Albert), provisions, 31 Mid- 
dlesex, boards Warren, corner George 

Burtt Charles, carpenter, boards 32 Lawrence corporation 

Burtt J. Albert (Burtt Brothers), 31 Middlesex, boards 101 
Central 

Burwill Emily, widow, house 32 Willie 

Bush Betsey, widow, house 35 Fayette 

Bush Francis J. weaver, house 309 Central 

Bush Francis J. house Davidson's lane 

Bush Jane Mrs. variety store, 47 East Merrimac, house do. 

Bushee Stillinan, weaver, house 31 Tremont corp. 

Busshaw Jaraes^f laborer, boards 157 Merrimac corp. 

Butcher Aaron W. clerk, 17 Middle, boards 02 Appleton 

Butcher John, iron and steel, 17 Middle, house Broadway, corner 
Wilder 

Butcher Robert H. (Am. Bolt Co.), bds. Broadway, n. Wilder 

Butcher Robert J. overseer, Merrimac Print Works, boards 100 
Appleton 

Butcher William, laborer, house 144 Merrimac corp. 

Butler (Benjamin F.) & Webster (William P.), counsellors, 4 
and 6 Museum Building, house Andover, n. Tewksbury line 

Butler Bridget widow, house 21 Dummer 

Butler Charles M. clerk, bds. Dracut, near Pawtucket bridge 

Butler Charlotte Mrs. house 23 Willow 

Butler David B. Mrs boards 101 Howard 

Butler Freeman H. & Co. (John H. BiMrick), apothecaries. 
Central, corner Jackson, bds. 159 Central [corp. 

Butler George D. clerk. Bridge, cor. Paige, bds. 29 Prescott 
-Butler Henry, engraver, boards 136 Merrimac corp. 

Butler John, calico printer, boards 21 Dummer 

Butler John, laborer, house 2 Lowell place 

Butler Josiah, clerk (Boston), house 1 Tyler 

Butler Richard, mariner, bds. Broadway, cor. Marion 

Butler Mary, widow, house 41 Tremont 

Butler William, laborer, house 33 Fcm/ick 

Butler William, bobbinmaker, house 37 Salem 

Butler William D. grocer, Dracut, n. Pawtucket bridge, h. do. 

Butler , boards 159 Central 

Butman Elizabeth, widow, house 34 Howard 

Butman Samuel L. haruessmaker, 196 Middlesex, h. 34 Howard 

Butterfield Frank B. dresser, boards Calvin Webster's 

Butterfield George, watchman, bds. 43 Lawrence corp. 

Butterfield George W. boards Calvin Webster's 

Butterfield Lucius, machinist, bds. 2 Bangs' Block, Railroad 

Butterfield Luther H. sash and blind maker, h. 62 Broadway 

Butterfield Mary A. Mrs. house 2 Bangs' Block, Railroad 

Butterfield Reuljen Mrs. widow, house 57 Howard 

Butterfield Stephen S. teamster, house 103 Gorhara 

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Butterfield Stillman A. machinist, bds. 2 Bangs' Block, Railroad 
Butterfield Theodore Mrs. house Hale, near Chelmsford 
Butterworth Benjamyi S. bolt-maker, American Bolt Co., house 

202 Lawrence 
Butterworth Greorge, gasfitter, house 263 Middlesex 
Butterworth John, shoemaker, 300 Central, house 298 do. 
Butterworth John, peddler, bouse 1 Chapel 

-Butterworth Samuel D. plasterer, house 54 High 
Button Joel, machinist, boards 109 Appleton 
Buttrick Abner W. (Buttrick 8f Co.), 20 Market, h. Highland 
Buttrick Abner W, 2d, student, boards 3 Highland 
Buttrick Alden B. {Buttrick ^ Co.), 20 Market, b. 239 Central 
Buttrick & Co. {A. W. Buttrick, A. B. Buttrick, and B. N. 
Webber), grocers, 20 Market [Grand 

Buttrick James G. deputy U. S. collector, 1 Nesmith Block, b. 9 
Buttrick John Mrs. house 9 Grand 

Buttrick John A. treasurer City Institution for Savings, Apple- 
ton Block, house 3 Highland 
Buttrick John H. cashier, Wamesit National Bank, Middlesex, 

corner Thorndike, boards 9 Grand 
Buttrick Nathan Mrs. house Westford, corner School 
Buttrick Samuel P. Mrs. house 169 Gorham 
Butts Edward, operative, boards 8 Dodge 
Buxton Charles E. driver, horse railroad, house 212 Central 
Buzzell Eleazer B. laborer, house rear 187 Central [Chestnut 

- Buzzell Oliver A. stationery and fancy goods, 3 Merrimac h. 30 
Byam Chellis, machinist, boards 7 Pearl 
Byam Henry S. cabinetmaker, boards 7 Pearl 
Byam Stillman, cai'riagemaker, house 7 Pearl 
Byrne James, laborer, house Lowell, n. Maiden lane 
Byrne Lucy, widow, boards Lowell, n. Maiden lane 
Byrne Patrick, carder, house rear Plea>ant, Centralville 
Byrns Thomas, laborer, house 23 Green 
Byron Thomas, laborer, house off Short 

CABAEU STEPHEN, shoemaker, 7 Canal Block, house 2 

Essex 
Caden Mary Mrs. widow, house 8 Davis 
Cadwell Adin, machinist, house 52 Lawrence corporation 
Cadwell William D. Merrimac corporation, house 21 do. 
Cady Frances Miss, boards 22 Tyler 
Cady Frederic, stonecutter, house 59 Howard 
Cady George L. wire goods, machinists' tools, at 0. Allen's 

Mdls, 237 Middlesex, house 16 Adams 
Cady Lyman, mason, house 12 Cady 
Cady Ransom E. machinist, house 48 Hamilton corporatioa 
Cady Samuel, mason, boards 106 Howard 
Cady William R. patent medicines, 242 Central, house do. 

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Cafe Joseph, carpenter, boards rear 17 Winter 
CafFrey Bryan, bleachery, house 7 Kidder 
Cafirey Michael, machinist, boards 2 Prospect 
Cahalan Mary, widow, house 21 North 
Cahill Ann, widow, house North 
Cahill Betsey, widow, house 9 Kidder 
Cahill Charles S. cigarmaker, house 46 Bartlett 
Cahill James, cardstripper, house 4 Quigley's court 
Cahill John, laborer, house 22 Fenwick 
Cahill John, woolsorter, boards 16 Market 
Cahill Michael, stonecutter, boards 16 Summer 
Cahill Patrick, woolsorter, boards 28 Suffolk corp. 
Cahill Peter, laborer, house 13 Jefferson 
Cahill Thomas, laborer, boards 67 Charles . 
Cain Catherine, widow, house 8 MoUoy's court 
Cain Edward, laborer, boards 271 Merrimac 
Cain John, laborer, house Gorham, near Congress 
Cain John Mrs. boarding-house, 13 Boott corp. 
Cain John, clerk, rear 57 Central, house 13 Boott corp. 
Cain, see Kain and Kane. 
Calbert Frank, machinist, b. 6 Marshall 
Calden Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Dummer 
Calder John H. machinist, b. 140 Merrimac corp. 
Calderwood Alexander, carpenter, b. 27 Treraont corp. 
Calderwood Thomas L. carder, b. 27 Tremont corp. 
Calderwood Wm. carder, b. 27 Tremont corp. 
Caldwell Clarissa B. Mrs. h. 67 Pawtucket 
Caldwell Edwin B. glasscutter (B.), h. R. Ft., Dracut 
Caldwell Lewis H. beltmaker, at Whiting & Co.'s, house Paw- 
tucket 
Caldwell Nathan, machinist, b. r. 31 Cushing 
Caldwell Otis, ironmoulder, h. 215 Middlesex 
Calef Andrew J. carpenter, h. 9 Fourth, Centralville 
Calef Nancy Miss, boarding-house, 36 Boott corp. 
Call Jere. C. bobbinmaker, h. 88 Howard 
Callahan Charles, carder, h. 2 Brown's court, Centralville 
Callahan Cornelius F. clerk, b. 3 Fenwick 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, h. 66 River, Centralville 
Callahan Daniel, grocer, 82 Suffolk, h. 3 Fenwick 
Callahan Dennis Mrs. h. 3 Lee 
Callahan James, laborer, h. 63 River, Centralville 
Callahan James, saloon, 5 River, h. do., Centralville 
Callahan James, laborer, b. 14 Lowell 
Callahan Mary, widow, h. 17 Dummer 
Callahan Margaret, widow, h. 4 Brown's ct., Centralville 
Callahan Michael, laborer, h. 35 Fenwick 
Callahan Michael, colormaker, h. 1 Davis court 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, h. 66 River, Centralville 

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Callahan Rose Mrs. -widow, h. 1 Brown's ct., River, Centralville 
Callahan Thomas, carder, h. 66 River, Centralville 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, b. 3 Austin 
Callahan Thomas, cardstripper, b. 80 Market 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 22 Green 
Callahan Thomas, moulder, b. 5 Spring 
Callery Michael, folder, h. Wamesit, n. Abbott ♦ 

Calvert Frank, machinist, b. American House 
Calvert Anastasia Mrs., Commercial Exchange, 14 Lowell, h. do. 
Calvert Frank, h. 34 Willow 
Calvert Thomas, mariner, h. 14 Lowell 
Cam Joseph, carder, b. 1 Appleton corp. 
Cambridge Charles, b. 100 Salem 
-Cambridge Oscar L., Merrimac corp. b. 67 do. 
Cameron Alexander, clothprints, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 
Camfield Patrick, operative, h. 9 Worthen 
Camfield Rebecca, widow, h. 22 Linden 
Cammody Daniel, blacksmith, h. 80 Charles 
Campbell Abel M. laborer, h. 23 Bleachery 
Campbell Bridget, widow, h. 26 Fenwick 
Campbell Charles, fireman, b. 25 Hamilton corp. 
Campbell David Mrs. dressmaker, h. 23 John 
Campbell David, h. 23 John 

Campbell Francis, at Bleachery, h. Gorham, n. the R. R. 
Campbell Hugh, machinist, h. 21 Lee 
Campbell Hugh, jr., machinist, b. 21 Lee 
Campbell James P. clerk, b. 21 Lee 
Campbell John, laborer, h. 38 William 
Campbell John, Middlesex, h. 38 William 
Campbell John, operative, h. 47 Charles 
Campbell Joseph, carpenter, b. 21 Lee 
"Campbell Matthew R. carpenter, b. 66 Moody 
Campbell Patrick, spinner, h. 24 Winter 
Campbell Patrick Mrs. h. 8 Davis 
Campbell Peter, laborer, b. 18 Adams 
Campbell Philip, laborer, h. Donahoe's court 
Campbell Robert R. designer, b. 47 Charles 
Campbell Rosa, widow, h. 8 Davis 
Campbell Thomas, laborer, h. 4 John-st. ave. 
Campion Margaret, widow, h. r. 17 Paige 
Capen Charles F. watchman, Middlesex, b. 1 George 
Capen John, watchman, b. 1 George 
Cardinel Joseph, blacksmith, h. 22 Grand 
Carey Michael, laborer, h. First, n. Bridge 
Carey Michael, laborer, h. r. 45 River, Centralville 
Carey Patrick, laborer, h. r. 45 River, Centralville 
Carey Thomas, papercutter, h. 8 Hurd 
Carey Wilson W. woodturner, h. 57 Butterfield 

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Carey Wm. H. mariner, b. First, n. Bridge, Cent. ' 

Carey, see Gary 

Carkell John, farmer, h. 21 High 

Carkell Thomas, feltmaker, h. 21 High 

Carkin Dexter, teamster, h. 29 Rock 

Carleton Alice M. b. 25 Anne 

Carleton Alonzo, carder, b. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Carleton Alonzo F. cardgrinder, b. 325 Merrimac 

Carleton Geo. H. Mrs. h. 25 Anne 

Carleton Geo. W. physician, h. 25 Anne 

Carleton & Hovey (^Charles Hovey), apothecaries, 164 Merrimac 

Carleton Lucy F. teacher, Chapel-st. Primary School 

Carleton Sarah Mrs. h. 18 Chapel 

Carley James M. machinist, h. 19 Bleachery 

Carll Alonzo W. provisions, 320 Merrimac, h. Linden 

Carll Francis, carpenter, h. 7 Railroad 

Carlton Amos, carpenter, h. 11 Dodge 

Carlton Calef, wood. First, Centralville, h. at Pelham 

Carlton Eli B. 77 Merrimac, h. Fremont, Centralville 

Carlton Geo. H. Mrs. boarding-house, 12 Merrimac corp. 

Carlton Mary F. teacher, b. 18 Chapel 

Carlton Wm. mason, h. 276 Middlesex 

Carlton Wm. P. mason, b. 276 Middlesex 

Carlton, see Carleton 

Carmichael James, laborer, h. 75 Adams 

Carmichael Lawrence, operative, h. 28 Salem 

Carmody Daniel, blacksmith, h. 80 Charles 
Carnes Thomas H. laborer, b. 92 Merrimac corp. 

Carney Edward, laborer, b. 138 Lawrence 

Carney George J. asst. trcas. L. I., for savings, boards 25 Paw- 
tucket 

Carney Honora Miss, variety store, 262 Merrimac, h. do. 

Carney James, tanner, h. 116 Middlesex 

Carney James, jr. laborer, b. r. 27 Middlesex 

Carney James, laborer, h. 18 Cedar 

Carney James G. treasurer Lowell Institution for Savings, Savings- 
bank Building, h. 25 Pawtucket 

Carney John, laborer, h. Joiner 
---Carney Michael, laborer, h. 48 Davidson 

Carney Thomas F. printer, b. 116 Middle 
— Carolin Thomas, grocer, 8 Howe, h. 89 E. Merrimac 
-Carpenter Benedict 0. overseer, Mass. h. 25 Prescott corp. 

Carpenter Joseph Mrs. boarding-house, 23 Mass. corp. 

Carpenter Joseph F. b. 23 Mass. corp. 

Carr Alonzo W. h. Linden, c. Auburn 

Carr Charles F. clerk, b. 23 Mass. corp. 

Carr David, cabinetmaker, h. 20 Smith 

Carr James M. teamster, h. 14 Queen 

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Carr, Gilbert C. machinist, h. 25 Mass. corp. 

Can- Mary A. M. h. 10 William 

Carr Richard, Boott, h. r. 52 River, Centralville • 

Carrigan Edward, carpetwoaver, b. 35 Bleachery 

Carrigan Mary, widow, h. 107 Lowell 

Carrigg Ann Miss, widow, h. 66 Charles 

Carroll Andrew, tailor, h. 48 Adam 

Carroll Catharine, widow, h. 43 Gorham 

Carroll George Mrs. h. 48 Middle 

Carroll John, dyer, h. 10 Howe 

Carroll John, laborer, h. Kirk ave. 

Carroll Mary, widow, h. 14 Worthen 
C —Carroll Michael, h. 157 Lowell 

Carroll Owen, grocer, 66 Gorhara, h. do. 

Carroll Patrick, woolsorter, b. 28 Suffijlk corp. 

Carroll Rosanna V. Miss, h. 141 Merrimac corp. 
^ Carroll Sylvester, laborer, h. Railroad ave. 

— Carroll Thomas, machinist, h. 157 Lowell 
CaiToU Wm. laborer, b. 90 Middlesex 
Carroll Wm. loomfinisher, h. 3 Crosby- 

^ • Casey Daniel, laborer, h. 126 Lowell 
'-Casey Hugh, peddler, h. 5 Jefferson 
Casey John, laborer, bds. 81 Charles 
Casey Margaret, vddow, bds. 81 Charles 
Casey Patrick, spinner, bds. 23 Church 
Casey Thomas, farmer, h. Fenwick 

- Carson George, laborer, b. head of Worthen 

- Carson Joseph, moulder, h. head of Worthen 
Carter Abel, b. 153 Moody 

>- Carter Albert D. overseer, h. 50 High 

Carter Charles E. clerk, Wamesit Bank Building, b. 100 Appleton 
- - Carter Charles E. moulder, b. 34 L. M. S. corp. 
Carter Daniel, farmer, h. 304 Gorham 
Carter Enoch B. watchmaker, 72 Central, h. 43 Appleton 
Carter Eliza E. W. boarding-house, 4 Boott corp. 
Carter George C. clerk, 12 Tilden, h. 162 Moody 
Carter George H. overseer, h. 32 High 
Carter Gilbert, engineer, b. 4 Appleton corp. 
Carter Henry P. {Brown S; (7. j. 200 Middlesex, b. 59 Appleton 

— Carter Horace A. carpenter, h. l76 Merrimac corp. 
Carter John Townsend, carver, b. 304 Gorham 
Carter John W. mechanic, h. 6 Oliver 

C- —Carter Joseph, house 101 E. Merrimac * 

Carter Letitia, widow, h. 75 Lowell 
Carter Lizzie, widow, b. 14 Pawtucket 
Carter Nathaniel C. (W. C. 8^ N. C. Carter), Pawtucket bridge, 

h. Railroad 
Carter Stanley, machinist, b. 106 Middlesex 

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Carter Stillman M. chairmaker, b. Howard House 

Carter Wm. C. & N. C. grocers, Pawtucket bridge, Dracut, h. do. 

Carter Wm. F. machinist, b. 64 Lawrence corp. 

Carter Wm. H. (Livingston 0. Sf Co.),1 Thorndike, h. 75 Cross 
— Carter Wm. T. boards 51 E. Merrimae 

Carter W. T. physician, b. 6 Hurd 

Cartmell Isaac, sashmaker, h. 25 Willie 

Carty Lucy Miss, house 13 Hurd 

Carvell Daniel, laborer, h. 46 Middle 

Caryl Edwin F. weaver, h. 16 Queen 

Cary, see Carey 

Casey Cornelius, L. M. Shop, Foundry, b. 9 Davis 
-Casey James, laborer, h. rear 16 Dummer 
—Casey Michael, laborer, h. 72 Lowell 

Casey Thomas, laborer, h. 85 Moody 

Cash Charles, draughtsman, b. 5 Jackson 

Cashman Bartholomew, carpenter, h. r. 219 Central 

Cashman John, spinner, h. 10 North 

Caskin Dennis, h. 32 Front, Centralville 

Casley Charles, laborer, h. 15 Cedar 
— Cass Chandler, stonemason, h. 9 Andover 

Cassidy Catharine Mrs. widow, h. r. 40 Appleton 

Cassidy Edward, b. 104 Market 

Cassidy James, laborer, h. r. 15 Union 

Cassidy James, operative, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 

Cassidy John, clerk, 79 Central, b. 12 Union 

Cassidy John, carpenter, h. 14 Charles 

Cassidy Margaret, widow, b. 104 Market 

Cassidy Michael, carder, h. Davis court 
*~Cassidy Patrick H. hackman, h. 73 Lowell 

Cassidy Patrick J. operative, h. 104 Market 

Cassidy Robert, painter, h. 12 Union 
■ Castles Stephen, boarding-house, 52 Dutton 

Caswell Alden Y. baggagemaster, B. & L. R. R. h. 28 Suffolk 

Caswell Clark R. conductor, L. & L. R. R. b. 43 Howard 

Caswell Horace, pistolmaker, b. 4 Appleton corp. 

Caswell Michael B. police, h. 106 Moody. 

Caswell Oscar, engineer, S. B. R. R. h. 42 Rock 
~- Cate Byron, machinist, b. 27 Tremont corp. 

Cate Samuel, machinist, b. 26 Appleton corp. 

Cateley Helen, widow, h. 141 Merrimae corp. 
y Cater Joseph, overseer, Appleton corp. h. 21 do. 

Caulfield John, Merrimae, h. Hampshire, Centralville 

Cavanaugh Augustine, laborer, b. 12 Cabot 
- Cavanaugh John, laborer, h. 11 Davidson 

Cavanaugh Joseph, carder, h. 12 Cabot 

Cavanaugh Michael, spinner, h. 36 Bleachery 

Cavanaugh Terrence, farmer, h. Sixth, Centralville 

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Cavanaugh Thomas, variety store, 173 Gorham, h. do. 

Cavanaugh Wm. Joseph, b. 12 Cabot (30th Regt.) 

Cavanaugh, see Kavanaugh 

Cavendish Anna, widow, b. 31 Floyd 

Caverly Daniel D. coffee manuf. Mechanic's Mills, Fletcher, h. 
Pine, cor. Westford 

Caverly John H. clerk, Merrimac Manuf. Co. b. Elm, Centralville 

Caverly Ira, carpenter, h. Elm, Centralville 

Caverly Robert B. counsellor, 27 Merr. h. Third, c. Fremont, Cent. 
— Oawsey John, Stott's Mill, h. 7 Chestnut 
-Cawsey Wm., Stott's Mill, h. 24 High 
—Cay Richard, polisher, h. Davidson's lane 

ChaflBn Robert S. weaver, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

Chalk Clarissa Mrs. boarding-house, 29 Suffolk corp. 

Chalmers James B. grocei-, Cabot, cor. Salem, b. 16 Salem 

Chalmers John, Cabot, cor. Salem, b. 16 Salem 

Chamberlain Calvin T. undertaker, 23 Preseott, h. 394 Merrimac 

Chamberlain Cornelius W. machinist, 12 Hamilton corp. 

Chamberlain G. machinist, b. 12 Massachusetts corp. 

Chamberlain Harvey L. painter, h. 35 Adams 

Chamberlain John, watchman, b. 1 George 

Chamberlain Joseph A. (/. E. Pierce Sf Go.) produce, Dutton, h. 
Chelmsford, n. Forest 

Chamberlain Parker, farmer, house 5 Pearl 

Chamberlin Burleigh T. machinist, Appleton corp., h. 28 do. 
---Chamberlin (Charles) & Hill (Geo. F.), blacksmiths, Andover, 
corner Pleasant, house 3 Willie 

Chamberlin Charles C. sash and blind maker, bds. 50 Rock 

Chamberlin Cornelius W. machinist, bds. 12 Hamilton corp. 

Chamberlin John, boards 37 Branch 

Chamberlin Joseph, carpenter, 9 Middle, house 160 Gorham 

Chamberlin Mary, widow, boards 50 Rock 

Chambers Cyrus, silk-dyer, 252 Gorham, house 276 do. 

Chambers John, spinner, house 28 Water 

Chambers Robert, finisher, house 5 Livingston 

Champlin George W. painter, house rear 18 Grand 
— Chandler Alfred D. machinist, house 28 L. M. S. corp. 

Chandler Ezra, laborer, house 71 Lawrence corp. 

Chandler E. laborer, boards 67 Lawrence corp. 

Chandler Frank, machinist, bds. 56 Massachusetts corp. 

Chandler Francis H. grocer, 201 Middlesex, house Marshall, cor. 
, Grand 

~~Chandler James, laborer, house 3 East Merrimac 

Chandler Lysander, physician, 62 Central, house do. 

Chandler Mary C. Mrs. house Thorndike, corner Madison 
—dhandler Simeon, Merruuac corporation, house 62 do. 
Chandler Susan, widow, house Fayette 
Chandler William, laborer, house 40 Fayette 



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Chandler William L. laborer, house 3 McFarlin avenue 
Chapin Milo J. overseer, house 33 Walnut 
-Chapin Samuel, Merrimac corporation, house 62 do. 
Chaplin Silas T. engineer, bds. 23 Appleton corp. 
Chaplin Wiseman W. teamster, house 11 Austin 
Chapman Albert, machinist, house 67 Adams 
Chapman Arnold R. leatherdresser, bds. Congress, r. Hale's Mills 
Chapman Charles, machinist, boards 41 Appleton 
Chapman Charles, operative, bds. 22 Hamilton corp. 
~ Chapman Charles, carpenter, bds. 114 Merrimac corp. 
Chapman Frank, woolsorter, boards 86 Charles 
Chapman Isaac, overseer, bds. 53 Massachusetts corp. 
Chapman John, Middlesex, house rear 30 Summer 
Chapman Joseph, folder, boards 46 Lawrence corp. 
Chapman Warren L. Mrs. house Congress, rear Hale's Mills 
Charlton James, laborer, house 13 William 
Charnley Thomas, printer, house 6 Dodge 
Charters Reuben A. gasfitter, house 162 Gorham 
Charters Sarah, widow, house 37 Essex 

Charters Ward, carpenter, h. Bridge, cor. Seventh, Centralville 
Charters William, blacksmith, house 45 Fayette 
Chase Aaron B. finisher, boards 5 Merrill's court 
Chase Abel C. policeman, house 1 George 
Chase Abial H. overseer, house 23 Essex 
d. - Chase Albert, finisher, boards 34 Tremont corp. 
Chase Albert E. spinner, boards 256 Central 
Chase Albert G. pistol shop, boards 3 Willow place [Park 

Chase Alfred H. {Hosford 4- C), Chase's Mill, h. Nesmith, cor. 
Chase Charles, fireman, boards, 36 Massachusetts corp. 
Chase Charles A. clerk, 253 Merrimac, bds, at Dracut. 
Chase Charles A. boards 9 Nesmith 
Chase Charles C. principal. High School, h. 9 Nesmith 
Chase David, bookkeeper, C. B. Coburn's, h. Mt. Washington 
Chase Edwin, painter, boards 48 Church 
Chase George C. printer, boards 23 Charles 
Chase George F. jjhysician, 118 Middlesex, house do. 
Chase George S. printer, 44 Central, bds. 23 Charles 
Chase Harvey B. supt. Chase's Mill, bds. 386 Merrimac 
Chase Haven, watchman, boards 6 Lowell corp. 
Chase Hervey, house 256 Central 

Chase Ira M. provisions, 253 Merrimac, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 
Chase Ithamar H. overseer. Chase's Mill, bds. 256 Central 
Chase {John K.), Sargent {F. IF.), & Shattuck {H. B.), hard-^ 

ware, cloths, and clothing, 5 Central, h. 31 Nesmith 
Chase John W. student. Dr. M. W. Kidder's, boards 16 Hurd 
~ Chase Joseph, overseer, Merrimac corporation, house 20 do. 
Chase Julia, widow, house 83 Appleton 
Chase Julia A. widow, bds. Carlton, cor. E. Pine 

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Chase Lorenzo, shoe dealer, 7 Tilden, house do. 
Chase Olive Mrs. boarding-house, 2 Middlesex place 
Chase Olive, widovs', house 13 Common 
Chase Philander H. finisher, house 256 Central 
Chase Sarah A. -widow, boards 18 Suffolk corp. 

— Chase Samuel A. principal, Mann School, house 50 Bartlett 
--Chase Samuel M. printer, house 22 Park 

Chase Warren E. boards 37 South 

Chase William W. machinist, house Varnum, Centralville 

Chatterton Robert, spinner, house 8 North 

Cheever Elbridge, farmer, house 9 Pleasant, Centralville 
-"Cheever Ezekiel, machinist, bds. 75 Merrimac corp. 

Cheever Henry, machinist, house 151 Broadway 

Cheever John, painter, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Cheever Joel B. teamster, house 31 Lagrange 
—Cheever Kirk, printer, bds. 75 Merrimac corp. 

Cheever Oliver, laborer, house r. 63 River, Centralville 

Chefeau Peter, laborer, house 8 Middlesex place 

Chenery Loring W. engineer, house 10 Bleachery 

Cheney Charles W. bobbinmaker, bds. 101 Central 

- Cheney Cleveland J. overseer, Locks and Canals, house Worthen, 

near Mechanic 

Cheney Daniel P. bobbinmaker, house 15 Marshall 
~ Cheney David J., Merrimac corporation, house 52 do. 

Cheney EHphalet, fruit, John, corner Merrimac, h. 2 Branch 

Cheney Franklin, house Grand, near Hale 

Cheney {George S.) k Hartwell {James J).), grocers, 251 Mer- 
rimac, house 177 Moody [Centralville 

Cheney John L. {Parker 8^ iWc/ioZs) , bobbin manuf h. 2 Bead, 

Cheney Luther S. Mrs. house 2 Branch 

Cheney Sarah A. widow, house Quebec, cor. Manchester 
"^Chesley Isaac, carpenter, house 93 Merrimac corp. 
' Chesley John T. house 258 Merrimac 

Chick Henry S. stonecutter, bds. 192 Middlesex 

Chilton Thomas, eng-ineer, B. & L. R. R. bds. Howard House 
*•- Choate Asa, stonemason, house 76 Merrimac corp. 

Choate Greorge, overseer, house 49 Church 

Choate James A. finisher, boards 49 Church 

Choate James F. currier, house 66 Moody 
^ Christian Isabella, widow, house 314 Merrimac 

Christie William, weaver, house 78 Church 

Church Henry C. at Ripley & Co's. house 90 South 

Church Lemuel, moulder, house 122 Cross [tralville 

Church Thomas, laborer, house Varnum's cottage, r. River, Cen- 

Church Waldo B. machinist, boards 122 Cross 

Churchill Addison (N. Y.), house 266 Merrimac 

Churchill Charles, house 173 Moody 

Churchill Daniel {A. G. Stiles 8f Co.), Fletcher, h. 26 Thorndike 

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Churcliill George W. stonecutter, house 62 Middlesex 
Churchill Ludlow, Merrimac, bds. 7 Merrimac cor p. 
Churchill Moses, stonecutter, boards 6 South Franklin court 
Churchill Samuel P. at Locks and Canals, bds. 42 Dummer 
Churchill Sheldon W. grocer, 56 Middlesex, house Lincoln, near 

Chelmsford 
Chute Jeremiah M. lumberman, house 6 Farson's court 
Ciloden Michael, farmer, house Davidson's lane 
Claffey Andrew, boards 16 Summer 
Claflin James H. woolsorter, boards rear Church 
Claflin James M, woolsorter, bds. rear Church 
Clancey Farrell, boards 30 Union 
Clancey Patrick, papermaker, house 30 Union 
Clancey Timothy, teamster, h. near Pawtucket bridge, n. Dracut 
Clapp James C. watchman, boards 43 Lawrence corp. 
Clapp Lewis B. watchman, boards 43 Lawrence corp. 
Clapp Richard M. marble-worker, 181 Central, bds. 9 Abbott 
Clapp Zebulon, cabinetmaker, house 9 Abbott 
Clark Adelaide A. Mrs. boarding house, 5 Lowell corp. 
Clark Asa D. deputy marshal, house 89 Howard 
Clark Asa P. clerk, 31 Middlesex, bds. 25 Market 
Clark Betsey Mrs. variety store, 9 Tilden, house do. 
Clark Ceylon A. weaver, house 2 Appleton corp. 
Clark Charles, boarding-house, 25 Market 
Clark Charles J), boards Central 
Clark Charles D. spinner, house 29 Appleton corp. 
Clark David, merchant, house 28 Chestnut 
Clark Dustin, boarding-house, 29 Hamilton corp. 
Clark Edwin A. carpenter, house 93 Howard 
Clark Edwin R. army, house 93 Howard 
Clark Eleazer, marble-worker, boards 111 Central 
Clark Ellen, widow, boards 20 Hamilton corp. 
Clark Ezra, Merrimac corporation, house 36 do. 
Clark Frank, machinist, boards 33 South 
Clark Frank, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
Clark George, cabinetmaker, bds. Westford, cor. School 
Clark Hannah M. P. Mrs. house 252 Central 
Clark Henry A. finisher, bds. Gorham, opp. Fair Grounds 
Clark James G. bailer, boards 9 Tilden 
Clark James M. hairdresser, bds. 12 River, Centralville 
Clark Jeremiah, contractor, L. M. S. house 36 Suffolk 
Clark Jeremiah G. machinist, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 
Clark John, carder, boards 43 Massachusetts corp. 
Clark John, carpenter, house 16 Hurd 
Clark John, laborer, house rear 61 Middle 
Clark John H. at Stott's Mill, house 54 High 
Clark John J. Mrs. house 131 Middlesex 
Clark John W. carriagemaker, house 295 Middlesex 

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— Clark Joseph, house 9 East Merrimac 

Clark Joseph, watchman, boards 22 Appleton corp. 
Clark Joseph, weaver, house 73 River, Centralville 
Clark Lydia, widow, boards 24 Branch 
Clark Margaret, widow, house 29 Cabot 
Clark Mary, widow, bds. Mount Vernon, n. Westford 
Clark Michael, laborer, house 7 High 
~ Clark Michael, 'laborer, house 24 Lowell 

Clark Oliver P. weaver, house 39 Lawrence corp. 
—-Clark Orrin N. moulder, house 37 L. M. S. corp. 
Clark Peter, carder, boards 33 Massachusetts corp. 
Clark Rhoda, widow, boards 15 South 
Clark Royal F. patent medicines,house 338 Merrimac 
Clark Sabra P. Mrs. house Middlesex 
Clark Samuel A. sectionhand, house 8 Union 

— Clark Solomon, fireman, house 91 Merrimac corp. 
^- Clark Thomas, blacksmith, house 37 Lowell 

C' — Clark Thomas, house 118 Merrimac corporation 

Clark William, clerk, house 54 Massachusetts corp. 

Clark William H. fruit and variety, 139 Central, house do. 

Clark William W. weaver, boards 325 Merrimac 

Clarkin Peter, house 192 Gorham 

Clary Bridget Mrs. widow, house Carter, near Gorham 

Clary Michael, operative, house Cedar, near Central 

Clay John H. (California), house Suffolk, cor. Broadway 

Clay Henry, machinist, boards 74 Middlesex 

Clay Martha R. Mrs. variety store, Suffolk, cor. Broadway, h. do. 

Clay Sarah, tailoress, 17 Nesmith block 

Clay Stephen B. restorator, 12 Middle, h. 34 Suffolk 

— Clayton Edwin L. dresser, boards 134 Merrimac corp. 
Cleary Charles E. folder, boards Carter, near Gorham 
Cleary Dennis laborer, house Merrill, near Taylor 

Cleary Patrick, finisher, house 12 Kidder [Summer 

Cleraence WilUam H. deputy sheriff, 10 Barristers' Hall, h. 75 
Clement Alpha, fireman, B. &. L. R. R. house 9 N. Franklin 

court 
Clement Elizabeth W. teacher, bds. Chelmsford, cor. Howard 
Clement Emily J. Miss, boards 41 Charles 

Clement Ezekiel A. & Co. {T. B. Johnson), grocers, 256 Merri- 
mac, house 250 do. 
Clement William, fireman, B. &. L. R. R. 
Cleveland Arunah B. machinist, bds. 21 Franklin square ' 
Cleveland H. H. machinist, bds. 21 Franklin square 
Clements Robert J. laborer, boards 10 Union 
Cleworth Aaron, loomfixer, boards 287 Central 
Cleworth Walter, printer, " Courier" office, bds. 71 Church 
Clenworth, William, reedraaker, 71 Church 
Clifford Arthur L. contractor, L. M. S. house 28 Howard 

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Clifford Charles T. hairdresser, 12 Central, boards 13 Bridge 
Clifford George W. laborer, house 28 Smith 
Clifford Raeburn Gr. clerk, boards 39 Church 
Clifford Simeon S. mason, house 330|- Merrimac 
Clifford Warren, dyer, Weare Clifford's, house 56 High 
Clifford Weare, silk dyer, 2 and 4 Andover, house 72 Fayette 
— Clogston Daniel F. teamster, house 21 Essex '» 

Clough Henry P. farmer, house 82 Bridge, Centralville 
Clough Herschel P. machinist, boards 82 Bridge, Centralville 
Clough John M. carpenter, house First, Centralville 
Clough Ira, clerk, 80 Merrimac, house 18 Hurd 
Clough Ira A. crockery, glassware, &c. 80 Merrimac, bds. 18 Hurd 
Clough Maria D. oil painting, boards 36 Lawrence corp. 
Clough Marshall H. clerk, 4 Merrimac, boards 82 Bridge, Cent. 
Clough Monroe S. clerk, 80 Merrimac, boards 18 Hurd 
Clough Stillman {Runels, Clough Sf Co.), house 77 Appleton 
Clough Thomas, watchman, Prescott corporation, boards 48 do. 
Clough Thomas H. blacksmith, house rear 18 Grand 
Clough Walter S. variety store, 8 Tilden, house do. 
Cluen Peter, bleachery, house 3 Livingston 
Clyne John, laborer, house Cross 
Coates Christoj)her, boards 8 Charles 
Coates S. A. carpenter, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 
Cobb Anna Mrs. house 64 Lowell Machine Shop corporation 
Cobb John, farmer, house 26 Suffolk, Franklin square 
Coburn Aaron J. grinder, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 
Coburn Abel, milkman, house River road, Dracut 
Coburn Alonzo A. clerk, Prescott National Bank, boards 8 Cabot 

block 
Coburn Alonzo L. beltmaker, house First, Centralville 
^ Coburn Andrew J. weaver, boards 28 Boott corporation • 
^ Coburn Austin L. picker, bds. 75 Merrimac corporation 
Coburn Catharine J,- widow, house 94 High 
Coburn Charles, freightman, house 91 Appleton 
Coburn Chas. jr. superintendent, house 8 Cabot block 
Coburn Charles A. cabinetmaker, boards 91 Appleton 

- Coburn Charles B. & Co. (Charles If. Ob5i«r«), paints, oils, &c. 

1 and 2 Mechanics' building. Button, h. Colburn, n. Merr. 
Coburn Charles C. carpenter, house 16 Fifth, Centralville 
Coburn Charles H. (Charles B. Coburn Sy Co.), boards Colburn 
Coburn Clara J. compositor, boards 22 Warren 
Coburn Daniel, millwright, house 35 Walnut 
Coburn Edward C. carpenter, house 1 Garnet 
Coburn Edward E. carpenter, house 9 Third, Centralville. 

— Coburn Edward F. clerk, at C. B. Coburn's, boards do. 
Coburn Elizabeth T. boarding-house, 35 Mass. corp. 
Coburn Fordyce, overseer of repairs, house 18 Bleachery 
Coburn Franklin, clerk, Button, house 375 Merrimac 

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> — Cobum Frederick V. shoemaker, 14 Middle, house 68 Moody 

Coburn George D. boards 27 Boott corporation 
-~- Coburn George F. clerk, 58 Middlesex; boards 68 Moody 

Coburn George H. machinist, boards 2 Massachusetts corporation 
Coburn George W., U. S. Ass't. Assessor, 2 Nesmith block, house . 

at Dracut 
Coburn Harriet S. widow, house -Westford, corner School 
Coburn Henry A. farmer, house Chelmsford, near city line 
Coburn Henry R. mason, boards 4 Tremont corporation 
Coburn James V. cardmaker, 92 Market, house 50 Appleton 
Coburn Jemima, widow, boards Hale, near Howard 
Coburn (John IT.) & Hardy {Philip), shuttle manufacturers, Me- 
chanics' Mills, h. First, n. Bridge, Centralville. 
Coburn John H. painter, boards 2 Tyler 

Coburn Joseph B. V. city assessor, h. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Coburn Joseph B. V. farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Coburn Joseph B. V. jr. carpenter, house 122 Moody 
Coburn Louisa Mrs. boards Kemp, c. Wilder 
Coburn Maria M. widow, boards 35 Massachusetts corporation 
Coburn Orrin G. farmer, boards Dracut 
Coburn Orville D. photographist, 19 Central, house 8 Merrill's 

court 
Coburn Othniel D. boarding-house, 27 Boott corporation 
Coburn Otis A. painter, h. 383 Merrimac 
Coburn Sally, widow, bds. Park, near Andover 
Coburn Sarah, widow, boards 122 Moody 
Coburn Samuel, jr. machinist, hou.-e 35 George 
Coburn Samuel A. clerk, boards Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Coburn Stephen A. farmer, house Chelmsford, near city line 
Coburn Susan Mrs. house River road, Dracut 
Coburn Timothy, farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Coburn Thomas J. farmer, house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Coburn ( WiUard) & Park (Robert), masons, River road, above 

Pautucket bridge, Dracut, house do. 
Coburn William, blacksmith, boards 69 Lowell Machine Shop corp. 
Coburn William, weaver, boards 80 Merrimac corporation 
Cochlin Margaret Miss, boards 6 Crosby 
Cochran Barney, watchman, boards 138 Lawrence 
Cocbran l>avid, house 80 Moody 
^ —Cochran Dennis, laborer, house 16 Jefferson 
Cochran James, jr. spinner, hou^e 21 Spring 
Cochran Henry, house 41 Chapel 
Cochran Henry H. machinist, house 47 Chapel 
Cochran James, gardener, house rear 21 North 
Cochran John, picker, house 45 West Union • 

Cochran John, dyer, house 15 Walnut 
Cochran Samuel, umbrella-repairer, house 20 Broadway 
Cochran William, laborer, house Parker's block. Bridge, Cent. 

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Cockroft Thomas, overseer, h. 16 Marshall 
r — Cody John, dyer, boards 9 Jefferson 
^ Cody Michael, dyer, boards 9 Jefferson 

Coffee Bridget, widow, house 100 Suffolk 
. Coffield Mary, widow, house rear 20 Winter 

Coffield Orange, moulder, boards 7 Garnet 
■ Coffield Owen, fruits, &c. boards 8 Davis 

Coffin Deborah C. variety store, 3 East ]Merrimac, house do. 

Cofran Susan, widow, house rear 76 Charles 

Cofran William, weaver, boards 2 Suffolk corporation 

Cogan Peter, Middlesex, house 5 Water 

Cogin Michael, laborer, house rear 25 William 
-~> Coggeshall Frederick P. bookseller, 51 Merrimac, h. 129 East do. 

— Coggin David, student, boai'ds 27 Nesmith 

Coggin Jacob {A. G. Stiles 4' Co.), Fletcher, h. at Tewksbury 
Coggswell Alfred B. cabinetmaker, boards 21 Walnut 
Coggswell Lorenzo D. machinist, house 12 Fifth, Centralville 
Cogswell Charles, veterinary surgeon, house 21 Walnut 
Cogswell John, engraver, house 14 Chapel* 
Cohon Dennis, laborer, house 30 High 

Colberth , cabinetmaker, bds. 76 Dutton 

Colburn Elias H. carpenter, house 24 Third, Centralville 
Colburn Lizzie Miss, boards 33 Walnut 
Colburn Newton, carpenter, house rear 30 Bridge, Centralville 
■— Colby Amos, pump and block maker, Howe, house 63 East Merr. 
Colby Amos W. hackman, 21 Merrimac, boards 31 Boott corp. 

— Colby Coleman, shoecutter, 7 Canal block, house 45 Andover 
Colby Daniel B., Appleton, boards 7 Decatur 

Colby Daniel S. teamster, house 339 Middlesex 
Colby Greorge E. carpenter, house Lawrenee-st court 
^■r-- ►Colby Lucius, painter, house 174 Merrimac corporation 
Colby Mary Mrs. boarding-house, 20 Boott corporation 
Cole Asa C. moulder, house 15 Thorndike 
Cole Charlotte, widow, house 22 Essex 
Cole {Danville) and Nichols {Albert F.), iron and brass founders, 

Dutton, corner Willie, house 118 Cross 
Cole David Mrs. house 61 West Union 
Cole Francis, picker, boards 33 Massachusetts corporation 
Cole Harriett, widow, 39 Bridge, house Centralville 
Cole Miranda Miss, house 54 Lawrence corporation 
Cole Nelly Miss, house 10 High-st com-t 
Cole Samuel Gr. carpenter, house 136 School 
Cole Thomas, gigger, house 23 North 
Cole William M, P. beltfixer, bds. rear 1 Tilden 
• Coleman Dominick, pickcrtender, house 47 West Union 
Coleman Jeremiah, laborer, house 104 Lowell 
Coleman John, police, house 47 West Union 
Coleman Michael J. laborer, house 15 Union 



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Coleman Patrick, laborer, house 183 Lawrence 

Colgan Richard, laborer, house 56 Middle 

Colgrove Peter, laborer, house Howe 

CoUagin Henry, weaver, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 

Colligan John, woolsorter, house rear 18 Winter 

Colhnge Sarah Mrs. widow, house 2 Lyon 

Collins Barney, farmer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Collins Benjamin F. dry-goods, 84 Merrimac, house 401 do. 

Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 5 Fenwick 
-Collins David M. overseer, Merrimac corporation, house 23 do. 

Collins Dennis, laborer, house 30 Adams 

Collins Donald, laborer, house 151 Lowell [poration 

»:r. Collins Edward B. moulder, house 78 Lowell Machine Shop cor- 

CoUins Ellen, widow, house Cross 

CoUins Enos, cumer, boards 260 Merrimac 

Collins rTeor2:e F. engineer, L. & L. R. R. house rear Thorndike, 
opposite South Common 
-- Collins James, grocer, 68 Lowell, house do. 

Collins Jane Miss, house 119 Merrimac corporation 

Collins Joanna, widow, house rear 26 William 

Collins John, laborer, house 150 School 

Collins John, laborer, house 267 Middlesex 

Collins John, currier, boards Westford, corner School 
— Collins Joseph B. boots and shoes, 12 Tilden, boards 136 Merri- 
mac corporation 

CoUins Josiah T. variety store, 170 Suffolk, house 168 do. 

Collins Lucy B. boar.ding-house, 5 Memmac corporation 

Collins Susan, house 51 Bridge, Centralville 

Collins Mary, widow, house JeflFerson, corner Lowell 

Collins Patrick, at American Bolt Co. house 2 Clark's court 

Collins Patrick, machinist, house Fletcher, corner Cross 

Collins Patrick, at Mehan Brothers', 24 Prescott, boards 37 Massa- 
chusetts corporation 

Collins Patrick, clerk, boards 43 Summer 

Collins Thomas, laborer, house rear 26 William 

Collins Timothy Mrs. house 18 Dummer 

Collins William, laborer, house 3 Court avenue 

Collins William, clerk, house r. 48 Fenwick 

Colot Peter, laborer, house 2 Tilden court 

Colson Charles D. clerk, Middlesex, boards 135 Merrimac eorp. 

Colson Delia, boarding-house, 135 Merrimac corporation 

Colson Lorenzo, furnituremaker, house 63 Cushing 

Combs Joanna, widow, house 60 Boott corporation 

Coraerford John A. house 267 Middlesex 

Comerford Richard, overseer, house 46 Adams 

Comins George T. bedstead and furniture manufacturer, Broadway, 
corner Mt. Venion, bouse Mt. Washington, near Varney 

Comins Thomas B. at Gr. T. Comins', house 1 Salem 

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Comins Thomas B. jr. clerk, Gr. T. Comins', boards 1 Salem 

Comstock Miles H. machinist, boards rear 31 Gushing 

Conant Abel, house 9 Lagrange 

Conant Abel E., Northern Express, Northern Depot, h. 9 Smith 

Conant Andrew, farmer, house near Dracut line, Conantville 

Conant Henry, coachman, boards 109 Moody 

Conant Horace J. laborer, house 52^ Merrimac 
-- Conant John, overseer, house 24 Lawrence corporation 

Conant John H. spinner, boards 24 Lawrence corporation 

Conant Julius E. livery stable, 170 Central, house 13 Elm 

Conant Noah, overseer spinner, house 23 Lawrence corporation 

Concannon Patrick, laborer, house 61 River, Centralville , 

Condon Ellen, widow, house 21 Adams 

Condon Garrett Mrs. house 15 Adams 

Condon James, laborer, house Jefferson, near Lowell 

Condon Patrick, laborer, house 22 Adams 

Condon Richard, harnessmaker, house 45 Adams 

Condon Mary Mrs. boards 47 West Union 
^ Condon William, laborer, house rear 80 Lowell 

Coner Horatio, shoemaker, boards 50 Massachusetts eorp. 

Conihe Orlando F. bookkeeper (B), house 123 Merrimac corp. 
•~- Conihe Theodore W., Merrimac corporation, boards 19 do. 
... Conihe William, overseer, Merrimac corporation, house 19 do. 

Conklin Daniel, watchman, house 50 Andover 

Conlan Elizabeth Mrs. house 72 Suffolk 

Conlan James, laborer, house Merrill, near Taylor 

Conlan John S., Middlesex, house 10 Water ^ 

Conlan Thomas, spinner, h. 42 William 

Conley Francis, laborer, h. 3 Hancock ave. 

Conley Hannah, widow, h. 74 Grorham 

Conley Hugh, laborer, h. 19 Union 

Conley James, laborer, h. 7 High 

^ Conley John, laborer, h. 8 Davidson 

, Conley Margaret, widow, h. 6 Jefferson 

"^ - Conley Michael, laborer, h. 17 Dumber 

Conley Michael, laborer, b. 74 Gorham 

Conley Peter, masontender, h. 5 Hancock ave. 
- Conley Thomas, laborer, b. 6 Jefferson 

Connell John, pressman, 222 Merrimac, h. 3 Wiers' block, Merr. 
-- Connell John, laborer, h. r. 16 Dummer 

Connell Mary, widow, h. r. 16 Dummer 

Connell Maurice, laborer, h. r. 245 Merrimac 

Connell Patrick, laborer, h. 43 River, Centralville 

Connelly Catharine, widow, h. 7 Adams court 

Connelly Joanna Mrs. h. 147 Lowell 
■'' "-Connelly Owen, laborer, h. 42 Lowell 

Connelly Thomas, Middlesex, h. (7) 28 George 

Connolly John, laborer, h. 10 Howe 

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Conner Frederick C. machinist, Appleton, li. 71 do. 
Conner Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Suffolk coui't 
Conner Sarah Mrs. h. 226 Central 
Conners Edward, laborer, h. 1 Swift 
Conners Margaret, widow, h. 1 Swift 
Conners Philip, teamster, h. 2 Short 
Connerton Bridget, widow, h. r. 20 Summer 
Connery Wm. shoemaker, 240 Merrimae, b. Suffolk, c. Broadway 
Connolly John, laborer, h. 36 Bleachery 
Connolly Wm. Mrs. h. 7 Franklin sq., Adams 
Connor Bernard, laborer, h. 2 Water 
Connor Patrick, pressman, 5 Central, h. 66 Charles 
■ Connors Andrew, peddler, h. 83 Lowell 
Connors Catharine, widow, h. 13 River, Centralville 
Connors David, cabinetmaker, b. 252 Middlesex 
Connors Elizabeth, widow, h. r. 5 Hancock ave. 
Connors Ellen, widow, h. Ii9 Lowell 
Connors James, h. 55 River, Centralville 
Connors Joanna T. widow, h. 6 Cady 
Connors Michael, labored, h. Davidson's lane 
Connors Michael, dyer, h. r. 90 Appleton 
Connors Nancy, widow, h. Cross, n. Adams 
Connors Wm. stripper, h. Pai'kers block. Bridge, Centralville 
Conroy James, laborer, h. 12 Charles 
Conroy John, b. 12 Charles 
Constantine John, weaver, h. 226 Central 
Constantino Thomas C. woolsorter, h. 254 Central 
Constantinople Alfred, laborer, h. 84 Moody 
Constantinople Ambrose, laborer, h. 94 Moody 
Constantinople Cyrus, carpenter, h. Decatur 
Constantinople Henry, bedsteadmaker, h. 30 Salem 
Con vers George H. clerk, b. 7 Tyler 
Convers Samuel, carriagemanuf. 163 Central, h. 7 Tyler 
Convers Samuel E. 163 Central, h. 9 Tyler 
Conway Bernard, laborer, h. 8 Cross 
Conway George 0. moulder, b. 163 Central 
Conway Hugh, currier, b. Tanner, n. Lincoln 
Conway James, moulder, b. 163 Central 
Conway Joseph, machinist, h. 179 Central 
Conway Julia, widow, h. 11 Hanover 
Conway Margaret, widow, h. r. 68 Moody 
Conway Michael, machinist, b. r. 68 Moody 
Conway Michael, h. Lowell, n. Maiden lane 
Conway Michael, operative, h. 13 Hanover 
Conway Michael, laborer, b. 148 Central 
Conway Patrick, carpenter, h. 68 Suffolk 
Conway Patrick, laborer, h. 36 William 
Conway Patrick, machinist, b. r. 68 Moody 

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Conway Thomas, laborer, b. 148 Central 

Coogan Wm. spinner, b. 23 George 

Cook Abram A. b. 27 Howard 
■Cook Albert Gr. (/. C. Aj/er d) Co.), h. ^ilerriraac House 

Cook Benj. machinist, b. 50 Lawrence corp. 

Cook Benjamin L. lather, h. G Pearl 

Cook Charles, watchman, b. 2 Appleton corp. 

Cook Charles M. overseer, jMiddiesex, h. 11 Oak 

Cook Charles S. lather, h. 6 Garnet 

Cook Elbridge G. currier and tanner, Ayer's City, h. at Mllford 

Cook Electa, widow, h. 119 Moody 

Cook Eugene, machinist, b. 37 Mass. corp. 

Cook {Gilman G.) k, Taylor {Albion G.), dry-goods, 42 Merri- 
mac and 103 Central, b. American House 

Cook Haven P. tailor, 11 Central, h. 14 Willow 

Cook Henry, spinner, h. 107 Moody 

Cook James, sec. Lowell Mutual Insurance Co. 49 Central, h. 180 
E. Merrimac 

Cook James G. hostler, h. 5 Warren 

Cook Jane, widow, b. 7 River, Centralville 

Cook Mark H. h. 120 Merrimac 

Cook Peter A. h. 27 Howard 

Cook Sophronia A. widow, h. 6 Garnet 

Cook Wm. painter, h. 7 River, Centralville 

Cook Wm. G. Mrs. boarding-house, 113 Central 

Cooke Homer A. editor, h. 8 Read, Centralville 

Cooledge Franklin S. spinner, h. 132 Jlerrimac corp. 

Cooledge Jacob S. machinist, h. 159 Moody 

Cooley James, shoemaker, 9 River, Cent. 

Coolidge Michael, laborer, h. 197 School 

Cooney John, stonemason, h. r. 13 Summer 

Cooney Simon, h. 25 Winter 

Cooney Simon, jr. machinist, b. 25 Winter 

Cooney Wm. shoemaker, h. 138 Lawrence 

Cooper Charles W. spinner, b. 6 Hamilton coi-p. 

Cooper Edward C. clerk, b. 1 Lawrence corp. 

Cooper Elizabeth, widow, h. 172 Suffolk 

Cooper Henry, machinist, b. 172 Suffolk 

Cooper Henry C. clerk, 7 Central, b. 1 Lawreiice corp. 
-Cooper Isaac, overseer weaver, h. 1 Lawrence coi;p. 

Cooper James, dyer, b. 100 Market 

Cooper Samuel G. stampmaker, b. 45 Charles. 

Cooper Sarah Mrs. h. 45 Charles 

Cooper Wm. H. machinist, b. 172 Suffolk 

Cooper Wm. H. expressman, Northern Depot, h. 32 Howaid 

Copeland Jerusha, widow, dressmaker, h. 3 Ford 

Corbett John, butcher, h. 99 Gorham 

Corbett John, laborer, h. W. Union, c. Gorham 

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Corbett John, laborer, h. 266 Middlesex 
Corbett John C, Bleachery, h. Congi'ess, r. Hale's Mills 
Corbett Josiab L. machinist, h. 4 Lagrange court 
Corbett Michael Mrs. h. 21 Pond 
Corbett Michael, provisions, 73 Gorham, h. 87 do. 
Corbett Patrick, Middlesex, h. 4 Pleasant 
Corbett Wm. teamster, b. 15 Queen 
Corcoran John, pickertender, h. 45 W. Union 
Corcoran, see Cochran 
— Corey Alvin, watchman, h. Andover, c. Water 
Corey Charles, h. 15 Spring 
Corey Charles, jr. operative, b. 15 Spring 
Corey C. Monroe, watchman, b. 67 Lawrence corp, 
— Corey George, fireman, b. 3 Tremont corp. 
Corey Lucinda, widow, h. 25 George 
Corey, see Cory 

Corkins Sarah, boarding-house, 19 & 20 Tremont corp. 
Corliss Florella Mrs. h. 309 Central [tucket 

Corliss Horatio G. F. counsellor, 17 Museum building, b. 53 Paw- 
Corliss John L. overseer, Lowell, h. 53 Pawtucket 
Corliss Joseph, b. 3 Wamesit court 
Corner John, clerk, 308 Merriraac, h. 3 Common 
Corner Josiah, grocer, 308 Merrimac, h, 160 Suffolk 
Corner Josiah T. clerk, 308 Merrimac, h. 25 Race 
Cornellie Oliver, laborer, h. Willie, n. Salem 
Cornie James, operative, h. 48 Charles 
— Cornock Frederick H. baker, b. 261 Merrimac 
Cornock James Mrs. baker, 261 Merrimac, h. do. 
Cornwell Betsey Mrs. widow, h. Chelmsford, n. Grand 
Corr Daniel, Bleachery, b. 5 Crosby 

Corr John, Bleachery, h. 5 Crosby 

Corr Patrick, Stott's Mills, h. 3 New 

Corr Peter, laborer, b. 5 Crosby 
Corr Thomas, blacksmith, b. 5 Crosby 

Correa Don, correspondent, b. Market 

Corrigan Anthony, spinner, b. 34 Bleachery 

Corrigan James, foundryman, b. 44 Gorham 

Corrigan jMargaret Mrs. b. 23 Appleton corp. 

Corrigan Sarah, widow, h. 44 Gorham 

Corrigan Thomas, laborer, b. 44 Gorham 

Corser Betsey, widow, b. 6 Race 

Corser David, painter, h. 73 Warren 

Cortney John, currier, h. Quebec 
^^Cory Wm. M. overseer yard, h. 28 Lawrence corp. 

Cosay John, spinner, h. 7 Chestnut 
— Cosgiove John, grocer, 272 Merrimac, h. 274 do. 

Cosgrove John, stencilcutter, h. 170 Gorham 

Cosgrove Patrick, h. 16 George (U. S. N.) 

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Cosgrove Sarah, widow, h. 64 River, Centralville 
Costello Bridget Miss, h. r. 52 River, Centralville 
Costello James {T. Costello 4- Go.),\U Central, b. 70 Gorham 
Costello James, laborer, h. 54 Riyer, Centralville 
■Costello John, machinist, b 75 L. M. S. corp. 
Costello Michael, weaver, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 
Costello Robert Mrs. h. 70 Gorham 
Costello Thomas & Co. (/. Costello), stoves and tinware, 118 

Central, h. 70 Gorham 
Cote Joseph, laborer, h. Decatur 
Cotter Thomas, moulder, h. 171 Gorham 
Cottle Joseph, machinist, h. 97 Howard 
Cotter Wm. laborer, b. 13 Davis 

Cotton Neal {Sargent & C), r. 57 Central, h, 2 Hunt's court 
Coughlan Catharine, widow, h. McDermott's block 
Coughlan Ellen F. teacher, b. 27 Charles 
Coughlan James, currier, b. 87 Gorham 
Coughlan Jeremiah, sawyer, h. 277 Middlesex 
Coughlan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 50 Common 
Coughlan Mary, widow, h. 17 Hanover 
Coughlan Michael, machinist, h. 121 Lowell 
Coughlan Sarah, widow, h. 27 Charles 
Coughlan Thomas, carpenter, b. 7 Summer 
Coughlan Thomas, laborer, h. r. 103 Gorham 
Couilliard Joseph, blacksmith, h. 84 Howard 
Coulson Catharine Miss, b. 60 Gorham 
Coulson Rosanna, widow, b. 60 Gorham 
Coulson Samuel, grocer, 60 Gorham, h. do. 
Coult Wm. knitter, h. 58 Lawrence corp. 
Counts Sarah, widow, b. 109 Meirimac corp. 
Courchaine Joseph, painter, h. 7 Cabot 
Coursay Danby, laborer, h. r. 56 Dutton 
Coursay James, laborer, h. 2 Wmter 
Coursay Wm. spinner, h. 26 High 
Courser David, painter, h. Wairen court 
Courtney Daniel, laborer, h. r. 104 Suffolk 
Courtney James, laborer, b. Lawrence, n. Grove 
Courtney Wm. provisions, 49 River, h. do., Centralville 
Cowan David, mason, h. 05 Dutton 

Coward Jacob B., Wamesit Water Power Co. h. 89 Charles 
Cowdrey Silas, machinist, b. 48 Church 
Cowdry Melissa Mrs. h. Railroad, n. Hale 
Cowdry Oliver W. clerk, b. Railroad, n. Hale 
Cowell James, b. 11 Kidder (SOtli Reg.) 
Cowell Wm. carpetprinter, h. 11 Kidder 
Cowen Daniel, h. Water, c. Pond 
Cowen David, laboier, b. 160 Lawrence 
Cowen Wm. machinist, h. 160 Lawrence 

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Cowley Chas. counsellor, 75 Central, h. 154 Lawrence 
Cowley Eliza, teacher, Central-st. Primary School 
Cowley John, b. 154 Lawrence 
Cowley Sarah, widow, b. 76 Church 
Cox Arthur L. b. 46 Howard 
Cox Fayette, gunsmith, h. 59 Butterfield 
— Cox James, shoemaker, h. 7 Wall 

Cox Margaret, widow, h. r. 118 Middlesex 
Cox Nelson, real estate agent, h. 158 Moody 
Cox Orson, clerk, h. 1 Union 
Cox Patrick, h. 56 Hamilton block 

Cox Simon, shoemaker, 224 Merrimac, h. 56 Hamilton block 
Cox Wm. laborer, b. 118 Middlesex 
Coy George E. h. 27 Willie (30th Reg't.) 
^ Coyle Edward F. spinner, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
-- Crafts Henry C. weaver, house 111 East Merrimac 
Craig Alexander, loomfixer, house 9 Lawrence 
Craig Charles P. machinist, boards 53 Boott corporation 
Craig John, laborer, house 185 Lawrence 
Craig Lucy, widow, house 1 Lee 
Craige Thomas, machinist, house 6 Middlesex place 
Cramer John, laborer, house rear 25 Middle 
Cramer Patrick H. Mrs. boards 114 Suffolk 
Crandles William, finisher, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 
Crane Alanson Mrs. house School, corner Liberty 
Crane Charles T. carpenter, boards 25 Appleton corporation 
Crane Ebenezer. overseer, Appleton corporation, house 20 do. 
Crane Edward B. ( G. C. ^ Son), 120 Central, boards 66 Warren 
Crane G-eorge, boards 25 Appleton corporation 
Crane ( George) & Son {Edward B. ) , boots and shoes, 120 Central, 

house 66 Warren 
Crane George E. machinist, boards 70 Third, Centralville 
Crane John E. pattern and model maker, 20 Middle, house 70 

Third, Centralville 
Crane Lewis S. dressertender, boards 109 Appleton 
Crane Marcellus, C. clerk, boards 109 Appleton 
Crane Owen, operative, house 214 Central 
Crane Saul Mrs. house 33 South 
Crane Solomon J. farmer, house 38 South 
Craven James L. spinner, house 38 Worthen 
Crawford James, blacksmith, 76 Charles, house 78 do. 
Crawford John J. bookkeeper, W. Dobbins, boards 39 Lagrange 
^ Crawford Marion, widow, boards 263 Middlesex 

^ Crawford Nathaniel, carder, boards 134 Merrimac corporation 

Creadon Timothy, laborer, boards 3 Fenwick 
Credau Michael, laborer, boards 148 Central 
Creigbton Peter, provisions, Suffolk, near Broadway, h. 16 Adams, 

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""" Cressey Edward P. dresser, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 
— Oressey Samuel G. bookkeeper, house 5 Oak 

Cresswell Charles H. stonecutter, house 28 Walnut 

(yrimmins Joanna, widow, house 49 Fenwiek 

Orisfield Sarah, widow, boarding, house Lawrence, near Grove 

Oritchett James, farmer, house Hampshire, corner Coburn, Cen- 

tralville 
Oritchett Nathaniel Mrs. house 37 Charles 
Crocker Thomas F. laborer, house 17 Adams 
Crockett Amos F. machinist, house 283 Central 
Crockett Henry G. house 32 Suffolk, F. S. 
Crockett John G. machinist, boards 45 Hamilton corporation 
Crockett Leander F. machinist, house Maple, corner Quebec 
■—- Crockett Oscar L. machinist, boards 80 Merrimac corporation 
Crockett Selden, machinist, house 107 Moody 
Crombie William, operative, house 33 Lagrange 
Crompton James, dyer, house 59 Church 
Cronan Jeremiah, laborer, house 19 Winter 
Cronan Margaret Miss, house 17 Winter 
Cronan Patrick, laborer, house 19 Winter 
Crooker Abel F. painter, house 9 Franklin square, Adams 
Crooker Calvin B., Bleachery, house 304 Gorham 
Crooker Joel, bleacher, house 4 Bleachery 
•— Crosby B. Frank, mason, boards 63 East Merrimac 

Crosby (Caleb) & Drown {Amos B.), masons, 133 Gorham, h. do. 

Crosby Charles, laborer, house Cambridge, near Hale 

Crosby Cbas. T. {Marshall ^ C), cabinetmaker, house 268 

Middlesex 
Crosby Elizabeth Mrs. house 222 Central 

Crosby Ephraim, cabinetmaker, Wamesit Power Co. h. 56 Tyler 
Crosby George, furniture manufacturer, Mechanics' Mills, house 110 

Appleton 
Crosby Harriet Mrs. boarding-house, 13 Central 
(jrosby Nathan, justice. Police court. Market, house Nesmith, near 

Tewksbury line 
Crosby Thomas, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 
Crosby Warren C. house 33 Union 
Crosby Wm. D. cabinetmaker, house 99 Howard 
Cross Andrew, carpet weaver, house 156 Lawrence 
Cross Andrew B. photographer, boards 156 Lawrence 
Cross Charles A. overseer, house 4 Clark's court 
Cross Francis W. cabinetmaker, house 7 South Highland 
Cross George W. loomfixer, boards 156 Lawrence 
Cross Gershom B. finisher, house 3 Bleachery 
Cross John, overseer, house 268 Central 
Cross Lewis, carder, boards 51 Massachusetts corporation 
Crossley Elizabeth Mi"S. variety store, 177 Central, house do. 
Crossley Robert, independent missionary, house rear 156 Lawrence 

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Crossinan Mary, widow, boards 37 Lawrence corporation 
' — Crowe Cornelius, dyer, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Crowe John, laborer, house 3 Joiner 
— Crowell Albert, clerk, 121 Central, boards 162 Menimac corp. 
~- Crowell Leonard, carpenter, house 31 Willow 

Crowell Ros.eoe G. carpenter, boards 113 Central 

Crowell Seldeu L. watchman, boards 14 Suffolk corporation 
— Crowell Zenas, machinist, house 162 Merrimac corporation 
Crowell Zenas A. machinist, boards 162 Merrimac corporatiou 

Crowfoot Elizabeth, widow, house rear 187 Central 

Crowley Ann, widow, house 83 Gorham 

Crowley Bartholomew, house 3 Green 

Crowley Bridget, widow, house 13 Summer 

Crowley Daniel, millinery, 118 Merrimac, house do. 

Crowley Daniel, laborer, house rear 35 Fenwick 

Crowley Dennis, fireman, house 16 Salem 

Crowley Dennis Mrs. house 10 Broadway 

Crowley Ellen Miss, house 27 Marion 

Crowley James, machinist, boards 10 Broadway 

Crowley Jeremiah, law student, 75 Central, boards Broadway 

Crowley John, laborer, house River road, Dracut 

Crowley John 0. woolsorter, boards 162 Lawrence 

Crowley Margaret, widow, house 237 Gorham 

Crowley Michael, laborer, house 90 Gorham 

Crowley Michael, laborer, house rear 13 Summer 

Crowley Michael, dressertender, house 162 Lawrence 

Crowley Patrick, laborer, house 62 Suffolk 

Crowley Patrick, moulder, boards 13 Summer 

Crowley Robert E. machinist, boards 162 Lawrence 

Crowley Thomas F. machinist, boards 162 Lawrence 

Crowley Timothy, laborer, house Marion, near Cross 

Crowley Timothy A. Mrs. house 7 Summer 
— . Crown Cyrus, spinner, boards 3 Tremont corporation 
-» Crown George W. machinist, house 1 Tremont corporation 

Crowther {Charles II.) &l Parsons (^William), dyers and finishers, 
Lawrence, near Whipple's Mills, house at ClieUn^ford 

Crowther Isaac, woolsorter, house Lawrence, near Chase's Mill 
— Crowther Thomas, blacksmith, house East Merrimac 

Crowther William, spinner, house 20 Green 
~ Croxford J. Frank, at 17 Central, house 26 Bartlett 

Croxford Louisa J. furnishing goods, 17 Central, bouse 26 Bartlett 

Crudden Edward, machinist, house 22 Green 

Crudden Peter Rev. pastor, St. Peter's Cath. Ch. h. 17 Appleton 

Cruthers Thomas, stamper, house 37 Bleachery 

Cuff James, laborer, house 4 McCarry's court 

Cull Edmund, laborer, house 26 Winter 
— -Cullen James, dyer, house 21 Chestnut 

Culley Charles, Middlesex, house Pleasant, corner Pond 

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-•'■■Cumniings Andrew J. weaver, bouse 175 Merrimac corporation 

Cummiugs Benjamin C. laborer, bouse 3 Mason's court 

Cummings Calvin T. laborer, boards 15 Gorham 

Cummings Catbarine, widow, bouse 202 Merrimac 
'— Cummings George F. operative, boards 270 Merrimac 

Cummings Hannab, widow, boards River road, Dracut 

Cummings John laborer, bouse 17 Cross * 

Cummings John A. teamster, bouse Scbool, corner Brancb 

Cummings Martha, widow, botise 314 Merrimac 

Cummings Melvil B. C. shoemaker, bds. 42 Stackpole 
— Cummings Nicholas, laborer, bouse Jefferson, near Lowell 

Cummings Orlando, machinist, boards 124 Scbool 

Cummings Phebe M. Mrs. bouse 270 Merrimac 

Cummings Patrick, laborer, house 20 Fenwick 

Cummings Richard, laborer, boards 55 River, Centralville 

Cummings Susan, widow, boards 89 Fletcher 

Cummings William P. shoemaker, house 52 Stackpole 

Cummings , machinist, boards Putney's court 

Cummiskey Edward, baker, boards 34 Paige 

Cummiskey Hugh, house 8 Adams 

Cummiskey Mary F. teacher, boards 8 Adams 

Cummiskey Patrick, provisions, 38 Market, bouse 59 Hamilton 
block, Gorham 

Cumnock Alexander G. superintendent, Boott corporation, h. 46 do. 

Cumnock Thomas laborer, boards 3 Tremont corporation 

Cunningham James, 61 Lowell (30th Regiment) 

Cunningham John, laborer, bouse 132 Central 

Cunningham John, machinist, bouse rear 4 Hale 

Cunningham John, spinner, boards rear 19 Duramer 

Cunningham John, house 61 Lowell 

Cunningham Margaret Mrs. bouse rear 19 Dummer 
•— Cunningham Michael, dyer, house Worthen, near Lowell 

Cunningham Michael, machinist, house 137 Lowell 

Cunningham- Patrick Mrs, bouse 21 Por.d 

Cunningham Wm. T. weaver, 58 River, Centralville 

Curby Catbarine, widow, house 4 Jefferson square 

Curby Dewey, painter, bouse 3 Parson's court 
"— Curchill Nathaniel, agent, house 98 East Merrimac 

Curley Thomas, laborer, house Hampshire, Centralville 

Curran Ann, widow, house 18 Adams 

Curran Barnard, laborer, boards near Engine House, Ayer's city 

Curran Barnard, laborer, house 36 Adams 

Curran Catharine, widow, bouse Jefferson, cor. Lowell 

Curran Edward, harnessmaker, house 18 Adams 

Curran James, operative, bouse 86 Middlesex 

Curran James, fireman, bouse 45 Adams 
' — Curran John, porter, Merrimac House, boards do.. 

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Currier Ann, widow, boards 282 Middlesex 
Currier D. W. IMiss, dressmaker, 52^ Merrimac, house 69 Bridge, 
Centralville 

— CuiTier Edwin C. weaver, boards 4 Tremont corporation 
Currier Greorge A. Prescott, boards 18 Alder 

Currier Hannah, boarding-house 

— Currier Horace T. clerk, 5 Canal block, boards 61 Bartlett 
Currier H. H. Miss, teacher, Branch-st. Primary School 
Currier Jacob B. ( Gordon Sr (7.), 23 Prescott, h. 61 Bartlett 
Currier Joel Mrs. house 09 Bridge, Centralville 

Currier John (Putnam ^ C), soapmanufacturer, Lenten court, 

house Broadway, near Wilder 
Currier Mary D. and Lydia Misses, house 158 Suffolk 
Currier Rhoda L. and Frances D. Misses, house 28 Race 
Cun-y Bridget, widow, house 1 Quigley's alley 
Curry John, scourer, house Broadway, cor. Marion 
Curry Mary, widow, house 79 Charles 
Curry Michael, printer, house 52 Andover 
Curry Patrick, laborer, house 13 Cedar 
Curry Thomas, house 2 '3 Central 
Curtin Patrick, laborer, house 10 Green 
Ciu'tin Patrick, spinner, house 1 Pond 
Curtin William, blacksmith, house 8 Carolin block, Fayette 
Curtis James, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Curtis Joshua, spinner, hoixse Dracut 
——Curtis Orin, bobbinmaker, boards 35 L. M. S. corporation 
Curtis Thomas H. locksmith, 129 Central, house 199 do. 
Curtis William W. Mrs. variety store, 197 Central, house do. 
Curvan Michael, laborer, house 78 Charles 
Cusack John, butcher, 26 Bleachery, house do. 
Cusack John, laborer, boards 148 Central 
Cushing Alfred, clerk, 62 Merrimac, boards 7 Cabot 
Gushing {Daniel) & Mack (Sewell G.), stove dealers, 123 and 125 

Market, house 28 Pawtucket 
Cushing Edward, sawyer, house 254 Middlesex 
Cushing George S. oil, house 97 Appleton 
Cushing Joseph, house 29 Anne 
Cushing Oliver E. agent, Lowell Gas Light Co., Middle, corner 

Shattuck, house School, near Rock 
Cushing Peter, bobbinmaker, boards 8 Branch 
Cushing Stephen, house 29 Anne 
Cushman Wm. fireman, house 7 Railroad 
Custy Joseph H. machinist, house 29 Summer 
Custy Patrick, laborer, boards 29 Summer 
Cutlei* Aaron P. machinist, house 3 Shaw's block, East Pine 
Cutler David M. G. Mrs. house 9 Ames 
Cutler Susan Mrs. house 132 School 
Cutter Abijah (Richardson Sf C), 66 Central, house Smith 

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Cutter Abijah, gunsmith, house 33 Smith, corner Westford 
Cutter Rachel A. widow, boards 25 Hamilton corporation 
Cutter {Stephen) & Walker {G. W.), shoulder braces, 48 Cen- 
tral, house 85 Summer 
) 

^ DACEY DANIEL, laborer, house 2 Cross 
- — Dacey Jeremiah, picker, boards 102 Lowell 
— ^Dacey John, laborer, house 24 Fayette 

Dacey John, machinist, boards 34 Suffolk 

Daeey Michael, weaver, boards 27 SuflPjlk corporation 

Dacey Timothy, gatetender. Northern Depot, house 34 Suffolk, F. S. 

Dadmun Gerard P. clerk, 99 Central, boards 159 do. 

Daggett Harry C carpenter, house Mt. Vernon, Centralville 

Dagnan Patrick, laborer, house rear 15 Union 

Dagsworth Ferdinand, weaver, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 

Daily Bartholomew, spinner, house 29 North 

Daily Bridget, widow, house 38 South 

Daily Bridget, house 72 Lowell 

Daily Charles, teamster, boards Whiting 

Daily Cornelius, moulder, house 55 West Union 

Daily Eugene, laborer, house 21 Adams 

Daily George, spinner, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Daily Hanora, widow, boards 126 Lowell 

Daily Hugh, blacksmith, house 17 North 

Daily Isabella, widow, house rear 61 Middle 

Daily James, blacksmith, house Holbrook's court 

Daily James, weaver, house 10 William 

D^ily James, laborer, boards 10 William 

Daily James, woolroom, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Daily James, blacksmith, boards 17 North 

— Daily John, laborer, house 11 Dummer 
'—Daily John, laborer, house 4 Jefferson square 

— Daily John, laborer, house 18 Jefferson 
Daily Margaret, widow, house 131 Lowell 
Daily Maurice, operative, house 131 Lowell 
Daily Michael, operative, house 131 Lowell 
Daily Patrick, shoemaker, house 3 Putney's court 
Daily Patrick, laborer, house 26 Adams 
Daily Patrick, laborer, house Little, near Lewis 

•~ — ^Daily Thomas, spinner, house 29 Tremont 
Daily William, laborer, house 26 North 
Daily, see Daly 

— Dalton Charles H. shuttlemaker, house 71 High 
- Dalton Michael, laborer, house 16 Davidson 

Dalton Michael, shoemaker, 89 Charles, house 78 Gorham 
Dalton Michael Mrs house 29 Tremont 
Dalton Thomas, bobbinmaker, boards 74 Middlesex 
Daly Betsey Mrs. house 69 Adams 

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Daly Isaac S. house 15 Hamilton eorp. 
Daly Isaac S. Mrs. boarding-house, 15 Hamilton eorp. 
Daly Zebedee S. shoemaker, 38 Fletcher, house do. 
Dam Charles A. machinist, bds. 7 Grarnet 
— Dam John C. machinist, Lowell Machine Shop,h. 19 L. M. S. eorp. 
Dam Lorenzo C, Hamilton corporation, house 26 do. 
Dame Charlotte, widow, bds. 8 Merrill's court 
Dame Emery, house Chelmsford, n. Liberty 
Dame Margaret, widow, house 332 Merrimac 
Damon Alexander M. overseer Hamilton eorp., bds. 31 do. 
-— Dana Andrew J. painter, Louse 160 Merrimac eorp. 

— Dana Augustus, teamster, bds. 160 Merrimac eorp. 
Dana David Mrs. bds. 51 East Merrimac 

Dana Mary F. teacher, bds. 51 East Merrimac 

Dana Samuel L. chemist, Merrimac Print Works, h. 34 Moody 

Danahe Daniel, laborer, house 42 Adams 

Dane Charles F. peddler, bds. 98 Salem 

Dane Eliza, widow, house r. 99 East Merrimac 

Dane Gleorge, blacksmith, Dane, house 98 Salem 

Dane Henry J. bds. 98 Salem 

Dane Hiram, laborer, bds. 49 Gushing 

Dane Joseph, machinist, bds. 49 Cushmg 
' — Danforth Charles E. painter, bds. 27 Tremont eorp. 

Danforth Levi, bobbinmaker, house 5 Groward place 

Danforth Martha .J. Mrs. millinery, 107 Merrimac, house do. 

Danforth Sarah H. boarding-house, 23 and 24 Appleton eorp. 

Daniels Ann, widow, house 7 Carpet lane 

Daniels George A. bds. 27 Boott eorp. 

Daniels Joshua W. house 23 Bartlett 

Daniels William R. laborer, house r. 15 River, Centralville 

Danihe Joanna, widow, house 19 Adams 

Darling Harriet Mrs. boarding, 8 Wamesit 
• — Darling Kendall R. overseer finisher, h. 35 Tremont eorp. 

— Davenport Charles, secondhand, bds. 3 Tremont eorp. 
Davenport Elijah Mrs. house 47 Hanover 

David Duport, butcher, house 239 School 
Davidson Albert 0. overseer, bds. 14 Cabot 
Davin Michael, tailor, house 2 Carpet lane 

Davis Alonzo S. cap manuf. 3 Canal block, h. Sixth, Centralville 
Davis Ari Mrs. house 52 Appleton 

Davis Asahel, mag. electro mach's. Mechanics' Mills, h. 88 Church 
Davis Bartlett, carpenter, house 300 School 
Davis Betsey, widow, bds. 300 School 
Davis Caleb, carpenter, bds. 300 School 
Davis Catharine, widow, house Green, n. George 
Davis Charles H. carpenter, bds. 300 School 
Davis Chas. F. moulder, bds. Carlton, c. Marshall 
C^ - — Davis Cyrus, carder, bds. 115 Merrimac eorp. 

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Davis Daniel, carpenter, house 166 Moody 

Davis David Mrs. house Carlton, c. Marshall 

Davis Edmund S. machinist, bds. Gorham, n. City line 

Davis Edward H. clerk, 138 Merrimac, bds. 230 Goiham 

Davis Elisha, farmer, house 230 Grorham 

Davis Elisha L. billposter, 21 Central, h. 1 Fellows' court 

Davis Francis, turner, bds. 115 Merrimac corp. 

Davis*Francis B. laborer, house r. 61 Salem 

Davis Franii, carder, bds. 46 Lawrence corp. 

Davis G-eorge A. {Sanborn 8^ D.), boxmaker, h. 21 Tremont 

Davis Hannah, house 226 Central 

Davis Hannah J. widow, house Fulton, Centralville 

Davis Henry, watchman, bds. 115 Merrimac corp. 

Davis Hezekiah Mrs. house Gorham, n. City line 

Davis H. Albertus, machinist, bds. 67 Church 

Davis Hosea, gasfitter, house 95 Market 

Davis James A. fireman, bds. 43 Lawrence corp. 

Davis John, counsellor, 55 Central, bds. Chelmsford, c. Westford 

Davis John, laborer, house r. 176 Suffolk 

Davis John, weaver, bds. 27 Suffolk corp. 

Davis John C. machinist, bds. 3 Hamilton corp. 

Davis John F. carpenter, house 15 Crosby 

Davis Jonas R. clerk, 241 Merrimac, bds. 323 do. 

Davis Jonathan S. carder, house 27 Appleton corp. 

Davis Joseph, jr. carpenter, house 11 Charles 

Davis Joseph, bds. 11 Charles 

Davis Joseph B. Rev. house 47 Bridge, Centralville 

Davis Lois, widow, house Mammoth road, c. River road 

Davis Lydia, widow, house 21 Tremont corp. 

Davis Maria C. Miss, house 166 Central 

Davis Martin, carder, bds. 43 Massachusetts corp. 

Davis Nathaniel {JRunels, Glough 4* Co.), house 54 Howard 

Davis Oliver T. musician, house 100 East Merrimac 

Davis Philo F. machinist, bds. 21 Tremont corp. 

Davis Reuben P. slater, house Westford, n. Grand 

Davis Riley, carpenter, bds. 17 Marshall 

Davis Samuel, 3d, carpenter, house 300 School 

Davis Samuel G. house 36 Hurd 

Davis Sarah A. widow, house 300 School 

Davis {Stephen G.) k Storer {N. W.), lumber and boxes, 233 

Middlesex, h. 20 JIarshaU 
Davis Stephen C. shoemaker, h. Pawtucket bridge, Dracut 
-Davis Sturgis J. overseer spinner, house 12 Lawrence corp. 
Davis Sydney, mason, house 37 Chapel 
Davis Thomas J. printer, house 11 Willow 
Davis Watts E. carpenter, boards 4 Marshall 
Davis William P. laborer, house 44 Lawrence corp. 
Davis , carpenter, bds. Lawrence, n. Grove 

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Davison Thomas, spinner, bds. 2 Reed's court 

Davit James, presser, bds. 100 Market 

Davlin Catharine, widow, house 8 Carpet lane 

Davlin Michael, mariner, bds. 24 Gorham 

Davy Martin, laborer, house 35 Worthen 

Davy Patrick Mrs. house 82 Market 

Davy Thomas, machinist, house 77 Charles 

Dawson Robert, carder, house Kirk avenue 
C' — Day Alba, cardstripper, bds. 139 Merriraac corp. 

Day Alfred, policeman, bds. 101 Central 

Day Charles (Tenn.), bds. 2 Bangs block, Railroad 

Day James T. carpenter, house 9 Fifth, Centralville 

Day John, house 21 Dummer 

Day Lucretia A. teacher, bds. 246 Central 

Day Margaret, widow, house 6 McCarry's court 

Day Mico, carder, bds. 33 Massachusetts corp. 

Day Orin, tinsmith, house 31 Walnut 

Day Silas, job wagon, house 5 Hudson 
— Day Thomas J. physician, house 94 East Merrimac 

Day William D. carriagemaker, bds. 246 Central 

Day William L. Mrs. house 246 Central 
^ Dean Benjamin C. law student, 55 Central, bds. 35 Tyler 
t^ « — Dean {Daniel H.) and Barnes {Henry II.), merchant tailors, 5 
Canal bloak. Central, house 172 East Merrimac 
'< — Dean Horace C. sewing machines, 31 Central, h. 127 E. Merr. 

Dean James, engraver, house 35 Tyler 

Dean John, colormaker, house 16 Davis 

Dean Samuel, printer, house 43 First, Centralville 

Dean Samuel B. printer, 44 Central, house First, c. Read, Cent. 

Dearborn Alphonzo D. B. painter, house 41 Fayette 

Dearborn Elbridge, boots and shoes, 98 Merrimac, h. 33 Cabot 
— Dearborn Henry, bds. 21 Andover 

Dearborn Maria, widow, house 38 Cabot 

Dearborn Peter, house 404 Merrimac 

Dearborn Sarah, widow, house 121 Moody 

Dearborn Sarah Mrs. widow, bds. Howard House 

Dearborn Sylvester W. mason, bds. 42 Third, Centralville 

Dearborn William F. mason, house 42 Third, Centralville 

De Ai-ville Louis (R. I.), bds. Westford, opp. Queen 

Deary Susan, widow, house 99 Adams 

Death James, machinist, house Taylor's court 

Death James E. shoemaker, bds. Taylor's court 

De Coster S. Kimball, gasfittei*, house 35 Willow 
— ■ Deering Edward, shoemaker, house Fayette 
^ Deering William, house Fayette 

Degnan Dominick, laborer, house 36 Appleton 

Degnan John, laborer, house r. 22 Winter 

Degnan Patrick, silversmith, house 40 Lowell 

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Deisery Lady, Lady Superior, Sisters Notre Dame, Adams 

Delaney James, spinner, house 18 Keene 

Delaney John, army, house 53 West Union 

Delaney Michael, laborer, house Front, Centralville 

Delaney Thomas, tailor, 74 Market, house do. 

Delano Granville, painter, house lower end Water 
De Lara Atienne, engraver, Merrimac P. W, house 32 Merr. corp. 

Delay John, laborer, house 49 Fen wick 

Delong James, miller, bds. 92 Middlesex 

Delmore Mrs. widow, house 183 Lowell 

Demara Peter, laborer, house 2 Tilden court 

Demars Joseph, laborer, house 20 Moody 

Demars Peter, carriagemaker, house 20 Moody 

Deming Isaac, overseer spinner, house 40 Tremont corp. 

Deming William, picker, bds. 3 Tremont corp. 
--■ Demond Albert A. house 20 Ash 
■ — ■ Dempsey Arthur, laborer, house 10 Jefferson 

Dempsey Daniel, gatekeeper, Market-st. crossing, h. 22 Dummor 

Dempsey Patrick, grocer, 47 Lowell, house 88 Salem 

Denby John, operative, bds. 38 Worthen 
C — Deming Wm. picker, bds. 3 Tremont corp. 

Dennett Hiram, tailor, 5 Central, house 37 Adams 

— Dennett William A. patternmaker, bds. 67 L. M. S. corp. 
Denney Margaret, widow, house 55 Common 

Denning John, laborer, house 100 Suffolk 

Dennis Eiward P. machinist, bds. 59 Appleton 

Dennis Frank A. currier, house 87 Thorndike 

Dennis James, machinist, bds. 148 Central 

Dennis James Mrs. house 420 Merrimac 

Dennis Jennie H. teacher, bds. 59 Appleton 

Dennis John, patternmaker, house 280 Middlesex 

Dennis Richard Mrs, house 59 Appleton 

Dennis William H. engineer coast survey, bds. 59 Appleton 

Dennison Mary, widow, house r. 43 River, Centralville 

- Densbury Frederick, engraver, bds. 80 Merrimac corp. 
Densmore Horace, machinist, house 34 Church 
Densmore Ira, overseer, house 36 Church 
Densmore Robbins, printer, house 100 East IMerrimae 
Denton Alfred M. foundry, bds. 12 Hamilton corp. 
Denton Alfred M. moulder, house 5 Merrimac 

Denton John A. brass-founder, H. H. Wilder & Co.'s,h. 10 South 

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Derby John, shoemaker, house 21 Franklin square 
Derbyshire Joseph, farmer, house 15 Cady 
Dergan Patrick, laborer, house 8 Davidson 
Derham Michael, laborer, house 28 Davidson 
Desault Peter, laborer, house r. 5 Hancock avenue 
Desmond Dennis, laborer, house 71 Adams 

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Desmond Dennis, laborer, bds. 130 Lowell 

Desmond Ellen, widow, house 130 Lowell 

Desmond John, laborer, house 100 Suffolk 

Desmond John, laborer, house 56 Adams 

Desmond Mary Miss, sup't Sisters' Hospital, 153 Lowell 

Devine Dennis, shoemaker, house 64 Gorham 

Devine Ellen, widow, house 61 Lowell 

Devine James, laborer, house r. 55 Market 

Devine John, laborer, house 79 Church 

Devine John, laborer, houpe 30 Lewis * 

Devine Joseph, moulder, bds. 1 William 

Devine Mary, house 60 River, Centralville 

Devine Patrick J. grocer, Andover, c. Water, h. 2 do. 

Devlin Ellen, widow, h. 18 William 

Devlin James, varietystore, 2-1 Gorham, h. do. 

Devlin John, laborer, Parker's block. River, Centralville 
- Devlin John, laborer, b. 4 Tremont corp. 

Devlin Michael, laborer, b. 24 Gorham 

Devlin Peter, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, h. 44 William 

Devran Michael, laborer, b. 2 Quigley's alley 

Devlin, see Davlhi 

Devno Peter, carpenter, 19 Alder 

Devoll Andrew J. h. 221 Central 

Dewhurst James K. Mrs. h. 340 Central 

Dewhurst Wm. blacksmith, h. 12 Hale 

Dewsnap Robert, b. 3 Reed's court 

Dexter Edwin S. carpenter, h. 39 Branch 

Diacey John, currier, b. Westford, c. School 

Dick James W. machinist, h. 6 Chapel 

Dick John W. machinist, h. 29 Howai'd 

Dickenson Barney P. painter, h. 1 Faulkner's block [rimac coi-p. 

Dickerman Alphoazo T. clerk, Merrimac, c. Worthen, b. 4(> Mer- 

Dickerman Emily T. teacher, Worthen-st. Primary School 
~ Dickerman George M. machinist, b. 46 Merrimac corp. 

Dickerman Manly S. carpenter, h. 46 Merrimac corp. 

Dickey Adam F. knitter b. 43 Lawrence corp. 

Dickey Hanover, physician, 15 Hurd, h. do. 

Dickey Lydia, widow, b. 15 Hurd 

Dickey Robert M. carpenter, h. 12 S. Highland 

Dickson Juhn, painter, b. r. 116 Middlesex 

Dickson Mary, widow, h. r. 116 Middlesex 

Dignen James, painter, b. 14 Lowell 

Dilliant Thomas, laborer, h. 7 Pleasant 

Dillingham Artemas, millwright, h. Bridge, c. Fifth 

Dillingham Wm. B. Mrs. h. Taylor's court 

Dillon John H. spinner, h. 29 North 

Dimock Dwight L. clerk, 8S Market, b. 35 ]\Iass. corp. 

Dina John, machinist, b. 2 William 

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Dingly Wm. watchman, b. 3 Tremont corp. 
Dinmore Mrs. b. r. 84 Lowell 
Dinnin John, machinist, h. William, n. Central 
Dion Damas, laborer, h. r. 3 Dodge 
Dinsmore James, teamster, h. 2 Branch 
Dinsraore Robins, editor, h. 100 E. Merrimae 
Ditson Minot, foreman, Gr. T. Comins', h. 19 Adams, Franklin sq. 
Ditson Reuben H. laborer, h. 16 Market 
Divine Philip, moulder, h. Lincoln place 
Divntiy 3Iartin, carpetweaver, h. 84 Charter 
Divney Martin, h. Union court. 

Dix Daniel, Merrimae corp. h. 49 do. [ton corp. 

Dix John F. & Co. carriagebuilders, 136 Middlesex, b. 13 Hamil- 
Dobans Michael, peddler, h. foot of Merrill 
Dobbins George, boilermaker, h. 61 Gushing 
Dobbins Richard, boilermaker, b. 35-§- Gushing 
Dobbins Wm. boilermanuf. Dutton, h. 39 Lagrange 
Dobsou Alice Mrs. h. r. 7 Hurd 
Dobson Thomas, weaver, h. 5 Lawrence 
Dockham Lucien G. overseer, h. 14 Floyd 
Dodge Charles H. dyer, b. 101 Central 

Dodge Chas. W. dry-goods, 123 Central, c. Gorham, h. 27 Chapel 
Dodge J^]liza Mrs. h. 33 Boott corp. 

Dodge Eveline Miss, h. 5 Willon - 

Dodge Fidelia 0. Mrs. teacher, b. 39 Bartlett 
Dodge Henry, painter, h. 17 Suffolk corp. 
Dodge Joseph M. Mrs. h. 19 Tyler 
Dodge J. D. carder, b. 5 Suffolk corp. 
•Dodge Luke C. junkdealer, 55 Dutton, h. 52 High 
-Dodge Lucius H. clerk, 6 Middle, b. 39 Bartlett 
Dodge Theodore, boilermaker, b. 35|- Cushing 

Dodge '-, blacksmith, b. 2 Middlesex place 

Doe George W. rollcoverer, h. 110 Central 
Doe Lydia, widow, h. 325 Merrimae 
Doe Wm. K. carpenter, h. 166 Merrimae corp. 
Doherty Charles, at Hubbard & Blake's, h. 45 Gorham 
Doherty Edward, machinist, b. 1 William 
Doherty Edward, blacksmith, h. 53 W. Union 
Doherty John, laborer, h. 49 Middle 
Doherty John, laborer, h. 2 Green 
Dohci'ty John, laborer, h. 12 William 
Donaly John, laborer, b. 1 George 
Doherty Patrick, currier, h. 276 Middlesex 
Doherty Stephen, laborer, h. 33 Worthen 
Doherty Wm. hostler, Washington House 
Doherty, see Dougherty 
.Dolan James, painter, h. 15 High 
Dolan John, laborer, h. 21 Green 

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-— Dolan Martin, spinner, h. 58 Dutton 

Dolan Michael, laborer, h. 4 Cobm-n, Centralville 
f Dolan Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Green's court 
Dolan Sarah A. widow, b. 41 Fletcher 
Dolan Terrence, Bleachery, h. 5 Livingston 
Dolan Thomas, marbleworker, h. Chapel, n. Grorham 
Dolan Thomas, dyer, h. 56 River, Centralville 
Dolbier Sullivan, carpenter, h. 45 Essex i 

Dole John H. cabinetmaker, b. E. Pine, n. Carlton 
Dole Thomas, wheelwright, h. 44 Howard 
Dole Wm. T. clerk, 60 Middlesex, b. 44 Howard 
Dollard James, meat, h. 13 Davis 
DollofF John H. watchman, b. 29 Hamilton corp. 
DollofF Orrin, clerk, b. 33 High 
DollofF Wm. P. carpenter, h. 33 High 
Donaghue Charles A. operative, h. 20 Broadway 
Donahoe Bartholomew, moulder, h. Donahoe court 
Donahoe Daniel, laborer, h. 36 South 
-- Donahoe James, grocer, 28 Lowell, h. do. 
Donahoe John, boltmaker, h. 5 Swift 
- Donahoe J^n, colorer, h. 10 Little 
Donahoe ^ghn, laborey, h. r. Front, Centralville 

- — Donahoe 3whn, laborer, h. 1 Theatre block 
Donahoe John, laborer, h. 98 Suffolk 
Donahoe John, machinist, b. Mt. Pleasant, (Centralville 
Donahoe John, spinner, b. 14 Keene 
Donahoe Mary, widow, h. 85 Charles 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, Gas Works, h. 57 Common 
Donahoe Michael, farmer, b. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, h. r. 103 Gorham 
Donahoe Patrick, at American Bolt Co. h. 350 Central 
Donahoe Patrick, laborer. Gas Works, h. 55 Common 

> — Donahoe Patrick, laborer, h. r. 25 Lovrell 

Donahoe Patrick, farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, Cent. 
Donahoe Patrick, jr. farmer, b. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Donahoe Peter, laborer, b. Front, Centralville 
Donahoe Thomas, laborer, h. Front, Centralville ^ 
Donahoe Wm. laborer, b. r. 90 Appleton ym 

Donaldson Niles I. student, b. 121 Central ^ 

Donavan Michael, mariner, h. r. 17 Union 
Donigan Bridget, widow, h. 47 Chapel 

— Donlan James P. fireman, h. 102 Merrimac corp. 

— Donlan Michael, fu'eman, h. 103 Merrimac corp. 
Donlon Thomas, wiredresser, h. r. 19 Summer 
Donnahy Margaret, widow, h. 85 Charles 

Donnell Octavus, machinist, b. First, n. brMge. Centralville 
Donnelly Ann, widow, h. 19 William 
Donnelly Charles, laborer, h. 11 Hancock ave. 

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Donnelly David, woolsorter, b. 21 Lee 

Donnelly Edward, engineer, h. 21 Winter 

Donnelly Edward, laborer, b. 11 Hancock ave. 

Donnelly Edward, machinist, h. 21 Lee 

Donnelly John, shoemaker, 7 Canal block, D. 31 Summer 

Donnelly John J. blacksmith, b. 21 Winte* 

Donnelly Joseph, painter, h. 19 River, Cenj^alvilie ^^ 
J. Donnelly Joseph, clothdresser, h. 69 Gorhaiak 

* , , ' Donnelly Margaret Mrs. h. 6 Appleton ^ 

Donnelly Mary, widow, h. 21 Lee 

Donnelly Owen, weigher, h. 18 Summer 

Donnelly Patrick, laborer, house 38 Crosby 

Donnelly Peter, mariner, b. 38 Crosby /' 

Donnelly Terrence, tinsmith, b. Ill Central 

Donnelly Thomas, Lowell, h. r. 52 MjMle . • ^ 

Donnelly Qihomas, clothdryer, b. §P^(wKiam jfi^' ..-^--rz 

.Donova»*Bridget, widow, h. 97 Adams j '^ 

Donovan Catharine, widow, h. 12 ChapeW^^'^ 'f'^ 

Donovan Dennis, laborer, h. 50 Eenwick 

Donovan Jeremiah, operative, h. 35 Salem «i " ' )■ 

Donovan Jeremiah, machinist, h. 45 Adan'y ■.^,^ . *'iN 

Donovan John, spooler, b. ,2 Lowell c'orjv. 

Donovan John, laborer, h. 18 Suffolk ' ^ ,» jfr 
^^onovan John, h. 3 McCarry's court * ^ 

I^iovan John J. (B. Gove & Co.), 227 Central, -b. 12 Chapel 
* *Donovan Matthew, restorator, 87 Market, h. do. 
^ • — Donovan Patrick, Merrimac Print Works, h. 121 Merr. coiju 

Donovan Richard, laborer, h. Donnohue's court ^^f^ 

Donovan Timothy, operative, h. 35 Salem * ^i;^*^* 

DonoVan Timothy, laborer, h. r. 48 Fenwick , 

Donovan Timothy, moulder, h. 24 Broadway 

Donovan Wra. ^borer, h. FletcherV c. Broadway 

Dooley David, la^rer, h. 237 Grorhatn 

Dooley Edward, ^blofjkprinter, h. 344 Central 

Dooley Edward, laborer, b. 16 William 

Dooley Robert, blockpr inter, h. 25 Congress 

Dooley Tkno't^, laborer, h. 20 Summer 

Doore Jafm^aJE. laborer, h. Manchester 

Doore JusiBi, blacksmith, b. Manchester 

Dorcey Isaiah, laborer, b. Tanner, Dr. Birminghara|j^ ' . 

Doris Wm. D. machinist, h. 20 Axlams -f^ '' 

Dorr Wm. H. machinist, h. Middlesex -'' 

Dorrity Ann, widow, h. 8 Maiden lane 

Doten Lucius H. stonecuttjff b. 263 Central 

Dougherty John, police, house 49 W. Union 

Dougherty John, soapmaker, h. Lawson, c. School 

Douglass Albert A. patternmaker, b. Worthen, c. Mechanic 

Douglas^Erastus, h. Worthen, c. Mechanic 

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Douglass John, spinner, Ii. 7 Boott corp. 

Douglass Neil, operative, b. 31 Hamilton corp. 
jgb Douglass Samuel, carpenter, h. 28 Water 
^ Douglass Thomas Gr. mason, h. Wanalancet, n. Pawtucket 
"^ — Doulan Thomas, h. 18 Lewis 

Dow Charles, overseer, h. 301 Sliddlesex 

Dow Charles E. machinist, h. 265 Middlesex 

Dow George, mason,' b. 192 Middlesex 

Dow Greorge W. blacksmith, b. 301 Middlesex 

Dow Jeremiah F. carpenter, h. 2 Auburn 

Dow Jeremiah W. carpenter, b. 12 Suffolk corp. 

Dow John Mrs. h. 21 Lawrence coi-p. 

Dow John, stonecutter, b. 16 Summer 

Dow John D. carpenter, h. 238 Central 
nt Dow Joshua, jr. restorator, 91 Market, h. 17 Thorndike 
-^Dowd Charles, laborer, h. 13 Jefferson 
- Dowd John, laborer, h. Maiden lane 

Dowdell Bridget, widow, h. r. 53 Middle 

Dowdell Thomas, cottonpicker, h. Jefferson, c. Lowell 

Dowelle Charles E. physician, 192 Middlesex, h. do. 

Dowelle Everett C. physician, b. 192 Middlesex 

Dower Thomas, loomfixer, h. r. 76 Middlesex 

- - Dowling John, variety store, 23 Tremont, h. do. 

Dowling Thomas S. tailor, h. 43 Fayette 
Downing Daniel R. heirs of, h. 15 Auburn 
Downing Edward C. woolsorter, b. 15 Auburn 
Downing Edwin, painter, b. Lawson, n. School 
Downing Jonathan, painter, h. Lawson, n. School 
Downing John, cabinetmaker, b. 27 Willie 
Downing Moses Gr. carpenter, h. 4 Adams 
Downing Thomas, carpenter, h. Wanalancet 
Downs Horatio B. carpenter, Hamilton corp. h. A'^ do. 
Downs Jareb, b. Walker, e. Kemp -^ 

Downs John, spinner, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 
Downs John.Kt contractor, L. M. S. h. Walker, c. Kemp 
Downs Rollin C. jpaachinist, h. 32 L. M. S. corp. 
*Downs Samuel P. machinist, h. 45 L. M. S. corp. 

— Downs Wm. H. machinist, h. 21 L. M. S. corp. 

Dows Arnos W. apothecary and botanic medicines, 185 Central, 

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Qows.'Betsey, widow, h. 9 Merrill's court ^^. \ 

'Dowy-Calvin, clerk (Boston), h. 16 Abbott [corp. * W ^t^ 

—Dowse John, botanic physician, 236 Merrimac, b. 69 L. M. 48. -."^'^w 

^ ~^Dowzer Wm. Mrs. h. 99 E. Merrimac 

Doyen Joel, watchman, bds. 6 Lowell corp. 
Doyle Daniel, stripper, h. 5 John-street avenue 
^ Doyle James, slater, house 79 Charles 
Doyle James C. grocer, 53 Gorham, h. do. "*" •% 

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Doyle Jolm, blacksmith, bds. 230 ]\Iiddlesex 

Doyle John, laborer, house 19 Summer 

Doyle John, laborer, house 17 River, Centralville 

Doyle John, shoemaker, bds. 12 Lowell 

Doyle Margaret, widow, h. rear 29 Hanover 

Doyle Michael, teamster, house 62 South 

Doyle Michael, laborer, boards 17 River, Centralville 

Doyle Moses, tailor, house 58 South 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, house 27 Summer 

Doyle Patrick, slater, house 4 Pearl 

Doyle Thomas, laborer, house 15 William 

Doyle William, spinner, house 56 Church 

Dozois Teliis P. painter, 326 Merrimac, h. 20 Austin 

Dozois Tertullus, painter, house 25 Austin 

Dozois Thomas, laborer, house 24 Cabot 

Drach Joseph, blacksmith, house 8 Spring 

Drake Harriet, widow, house 13 Suffolk corp. 

Drake Mary, widow, house r. 2 Dodge 

Drake Samuel, spinner, house r. 2 Dodge 

Draper John, turner, house 11 Race 

Draper John, laborer, house 287 Middlesex 

Draper Joshua L. carpenter, house 112 IVIiddlesex 

Draper Lemuel, house 8 Kirk 

Draper Margaret, widow, house 43 Adams 

Draper Mary, widow, house 9 Carpet lane 

Draper William L. carriage-maker, h. 152 Grorham 

Dreier Victor, spinner, house Gray's place 

Dresser Chester, gigger, bds. 26 Suffolk corp. 

Dresser Henry W. marble-works, 10, 12, and 14 ^Middlesex, hous- 

School, corner Liberty 
Dresser Samuel F. Sirs, house 236 Central 
Dresser Samuel T. proprietor Wamesit House, 187 Middlesex 
Drew Charles B. carpenter, h. 17 Roott corp. 
Drew Charles M. finisher, bds. 5 Lawrence t-orp. 

- Drew Charles W. clerk, 46 Merrimac, h. 9 Willow 
^rew Grew, cloth room, bds. 4 Appleton corji. Jl 
Drew Henry L. machinist, bils. 107 Middlesex 
Drew Holmau H. cabinet-maker, h. 16(3 Central 
Drew James R. Rev. house Fourth, cor. Read 
Drew John W. weaver, bds. 55 Lawrence corp. 
Drew Mary S. widow, house 55 Lawrence corp. 
Drew Pamela S. widow, house r. 11 Cady 

Drew Reuben W. supt. R. White Arms Co. h. 34 Franklin 
Drew Silas S. boards 74 Appleton 
Drew — - — , weaver, bds. 10 Suffolk corp. 
— Driscoll Daniel, laborer, house 1 Cummiskey's alley 
Driscoll Daniel, laborer, house rear 347 Merrimac 

— Driscoll Daniel, woodsawyer, house 100 IjOwcII 

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Driscoll Dennis, carpet-weaver, house 7 Kidder 

DiiscoU James, carpet-weaver, hoiisc 13 Cedar 

Driscoll Jeremia!], laborer, bouse Marion, cor. Broadway 

Driscoll Timothy Mrs. house Railroad alley 

Driver John, finisher, house 29-i Central 

Drown AmOs B. (Crosbt/ Sf D.), masons, h. 107 Applcto i 

Drown Carrie H. widow, bds. 1 Appleton corp. 
. Drown John, carpenter, house 29S Central 

Drown Joseph, at Am. Bolt Co. bds. 298 Central 

Drum James, fireman, li. o Brown's court, Centralville 

Drum Patrick, mulespinncr, h. G6 River, Centralville 

Duckworth James, Merrimac P. W. b. 63 ilerrimac corp. 

Ducy Patrickrinason, house 14 Little 

Ducy Patrick (California), h. 2 Quigloy's alley 

Ducy Thomas, Locks and Canals, h. Broadway, n. Suftijlk 
-^ Ducy Thomas, laborer, house 6 Wall 

Dudley Alice, widow, house 41 Fayette 
— Dudley Albion J. at Stott's Jlills, house 7 Everett. 

Dudley Dennison, travelling-agent, house 192 Central 

Dudley George, boards 192 Central 

Dudley George W. mechanic, house 5 Decatur 

Dudley Josiah P. carpenter, h. Lincoln, cor. Chelu^.sford 

Dudley Ward S. carpenter, house 129 Cross 

Dudley William C. machinist, house 49^ Cusbing 

DufFStennis, blacksmith, boards 85 Broadway 

Duffy James, laborer, hou.se 6 Pefjjl 

Duffy James, machinist, bds. 9 MoUoy's court 

Duffy James, carpenter, house 10 Cross 

Dufiy John, cardstripper, boards 31 North 

Duffy Michael, laborer, house 31 North 

Duffy Michael Mrs. house rear 18 Winter 

Duffy Thomas, house 9 ^MoUoy's court 

Duffy Thomas, currier, bds. Tanner, near Lincoln 
--. Duffy William, house rear 39 Fayette 

Dufresne Joseph, laborer, house 129 Middlesex 

Dugan Peter, loomfixer, house 20 North 

Dugdale Edward, woolsorter, house 14 Abbott 

Dugdale James, worsted manuf. AVhipple's Mills, h. 74 Lawrence 

Dugdale William, machinist, h. 63 Boott corp. 

Duhig Jeremiah, laborer, house 2 Cross 
• Dulhanty Joseph, laborer, h. 49 East Merrimac 
■" Dumas Levi, bookbinder, house 13 x\sh .^^^ 

Duncan John G. Mrs. house 94 Merrimac corp. 

Duncan Mary C widow, house 94 Jlerrimac corp. 

Duncan William W. apothecary, Wamesit Bank Building, boards 
110 Appleton 

Dulagan Charles, laborer, house r. 342 Central 

Dunfay James, blacksmith, house 4 Cross 

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Dunlap Ira W. finisher, house 15 Bleachery 

Dunlavy George, laborer, house 36 Adams 

Dunlavy John, operative, house 115 Lowell 

Dunlavy Nancy, liouse 53 Fenwick 

Dunlay James, laborer, house Adams, cor. Broadway 

Dunn Anna, widow, bds. 4 Boott corp. 

Dunn Bernard, laborer, house 93 x\dams 

Dunn Enoch W. woolsorter, bds. 192 Middlesex 
-Dunn Jerry, moulder, boards 41 L. M. S. corp. 

Dunn John, currier, house 1 Shaw's block, East Pine 

Dunn Mary, widow, house r. 18 William 

Dunn Ma the w, boilermaker, bds. 51-| Lowell 

Dunn Timothy, watchman, bds. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Dunn Sarah, widow, house 18 Railroad alley 

Dunn Thomas J. machinist, house 51 Dutton 

Dunn William, variety store, 64 Dutton, h. do. 

Dunn William, machinist, bds. 283 Middlesex 

Dunnivan Daniel, shoemaker, h. Dummer, n. Lowell 

Dupee Job W. machinist, house 38 Marion 

Dunphy Bridget Mrs. house 33 North 

Duprey Peter A. L. clerk, 138 Merrimac, h. 7 Cabot 

Duplin William, fireman, h. 1 Derapsey's yard 

Dupny Peter A. L. clerk, house 7 Cabot 

Duran John Mrs. house rear 90 Appleton 

Duran John L. laborer, house rear 90 Appleton 

Durant Ann M. Mrs. house 36 High 

Durant Adolphus M. clerk, 44-^ Merrimac, h. 36 High 

Durant Ann M. Mrs. boarding4iouse, 50 Moody 

Durant Charles W. jr. engraver, 25 Central, b. 3 Tremont corp. 

Durant Charles W. boarding-house, 3 and 4 Tremont corp. 

Durant Frederick A. machinist, bds. 4 Tremont corp. 

Durell Elijah A. (Boston), house 99 Howard 

Durell Herbert E. clerk, 134 Merrimac 

Durgin Cyrus C, Merrimac corp. house 60 do. 

Durgin Cyrus W. overseer, h. 75 Bridge, Centralville 

Durgin Horace T. bobbinmaker, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Durgin John H. jr. machine printer, house 149 Merrimac corp. 
Durning Thomas, house 99 Gorham 

Durrell David M. clerk, 138 Merrimac, house 28 Third 

Durrell Laura J. widow, house 19 Fayette 

Durrell Stillman B. teamster, bds. 24 South 

Duston Harlow, tinworker, 12 Merrimac, bds. 50 Mass. corp. 
-Dusy James, machinist, bds. 41 L. M. S. corp. 
-.JDusy Jeremiah, machinist, bds. 41 L. M. S. corp. 
-Dutch George, teamster, bds. 62 L. M. S. corp. 
Dutton Charles H. stonecutter, house 3 Bangs block, llailroad 

Dutton George W. carpenter, house 33 Chestnut 

Dutton Samuel S. house 16 Appleton corporation 



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Dwiuell Charles S. house Linden, c. Auburn 
---■Dwinell John F. agent, house 73 High 
Dwyer John, house 103 Pawtucket 
^Dwyre Willaim, spinner, bouse 84 Merrimac corp. 
Dwyer William Mrs. house 12 Floyd 
Dyar James, grinder, house 35 Middle 

Dyar Warren H. & Co. (B. M. Weed), looking-glasses, clocks, mu- 
sical instruments, &c., 41 Central, bouse 8 Chapel 
Dyer , wood- worker bds. 76 Dutton 

EACOTT MATTHEW, carder, bouse 27 Market 

Eacott William, grocer, Fayette, c Andover, bouse 30 Water 

Eagan Patrick, law student, bds. 24 Tremont corp. 

Eager George V. milkman, bouse Albro block, Cushing 

Eaglesham Juliette A. widow, bds. Highland 

Eames A. Henry, currier, bds. 105 Thorndike 

Eames Luther Mrs. house 105 Thorndike 

Eames Luther J. {Abbott 8^ ^.), dry-goods, 132 Merrimac, house 

111 Grorbam 
Eapes Christopher, laborer, house Jefferson 
Earl Jane Miss, house First, n. Bridge, Centralville 
Earl William D. (B.) bds. 53 Pawtucket 
Earle Sarah Miss, house 3 Read 
Early Charles Mrs. house r. 1 Summer 
Earnshaw John, house 5 Prospect 
Easter Samuel, laborer, bds. 7 Warren 
Eastman Alice, widow, bouse 10 Market 
Eastman Alphonso, bds. Spring 

Eastman Asa B. conductor H. B. B. bouse 112 Middlesex 
Eastman Benjamin, overseer, house 9 Race 
Eastman Benjamin M. mason, bds. 9 Queen 
Eastman Charles J. painter, house 49 Massachusetts corp. 
Eastman Chas. W. L. machinist, bds. 6 Merrimac corp. 
Eastman Daniel, variety store, 9 Merrimac, house Paige, n. Bridge 
Eastman Edmund, machinist, bouse Spring 
Eastman Enoch, watchman, bds. 40 Branch 
Eastman Ezekiel W. (New Orleans), b. Middlesex, n. Adams ^^^. 
Eastman Gardner K. stonecutter, bouse 58 High 
Eastman George F. painter, bds. 90 Appleton 
Eastman George M. cai'penter, bds. 27 Suffolk corp. 
Eastman Isaac C. house 28 Appleton 
Eastman James D. bobbinmaker, bouse 83 Howard 
Eastman Nelson Q. bobbinmaker, house 90 Appleton 
Eastman Robert, com. merchant, bouse 55 Chestnut 
Eastman Sarah, widow, house 23 Common 
Eastman Susan F. boarding-house, 27 Suffolk corp. 
Eaton Abial Mrs. boarding-bouse, 2 Suffolk corp. 
Eaton Alvin, carpenter, bouse 125 Cross 

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Eaton Alvin, fireman B. & L. R. R. bds. Pine 

Eaton Alvin S. fireman, bds. E. Pine, n. Carlton 

Eaton Asa B. photographer, 15 Barristers' Hall, house 23 Third, 

Central ville 
Eaton Charles, chairmaker, bds. 70 L. M. S. corp. 
Eaton Charles W. bookkeeper (B.), bds. 20 Chapel 
Eaton Daniel C. bookkeeper, 28 Middle, bouse 81 Cross 
Eaton Frances, widow, house 383 Merrimac 
Eaton Frank A. weaver, bds. 2 Suffolk corp. 
Eaton George, shoemaker, house 12 Chestnut 
Eaton Greo. W. tanner and currier, Willie, c. Bridge, house do. 
Eaton Jeremiah B. carriage manuf. Button, n. Wamesit Mills, h. 

74 Appleton 
Eaton Job S. grocer, 368 Merrimac, h. 360 do. 
Eaton John, stonecutter, house 26 Cabot 

Eaton Joseph G. student, bds. 237 Central [do. 

Eaton S. B. Mrs. bookseller and stationer, 115 Central, bds. 237 
Eaton Samuel C. pop-corn dealer, house 107 Howard 
Eaton Wardall, chairmaker, bds. 2 Middlesex place • 
Baton Willis G. foreman paper dep't L. M. Shop, house 20 Chapel 
Eaton Willis G. currier, bds. Willie, c. Broadway 
Eaton Worcester, provisions, 366 Merrimac, h. 81 Salem 
Edds Jeremiah L. painter, house r. 90 Appleton 
Edds Judith A. widow, house r. 90 Appleton 
Edgcomb Elisha, teamster, house 124 School 
Edgell Abby, widow, house 41 Essex 
Edgell Abby M. teacher, Varnum Grammar School 
Edgell Levi, machinist, bds. 41 Essex 
Edgell William, machinist, house 41 Essex 
Edg«rley Jonathan, house 4 Edgerley's court 
Edson Chas. M. E. (B.) house 35 First, Centralville 
Edson Theodore Rev. rector St. Anne's Church, h. Andover 
Edwards George, carver, bds. 41 Appleton 
Edwards George C. city librarian, bds. 52 South 
Edwards Ivory, blacksmith, house 52 South 
Edwards Jabez, overseer, Merrimac corp. house 29 do. 
Edwards Julia A. millinery, 83 Merrimac, house 52 South 
Edwing John Mrs. bds. 5 Dodge 
Egan Patrick, laborer, house 45 Chapel 
Egan Patrick, jr. laborer, bds. 45 Chapel 
Egan Patrick, law student, 55 Central, bds. 44 Adams 
Egan Thomas, gardener, house 44 Adams 
Egan Thomas, turner, house Mt. Vernon, n. Liberty 
Eggleston John, finisher, bds. 23 Suffolk corp. 
Ela Horace (A. D. Pufer^ Co.), 32 Middlesex, h. 96 Gorham 
Elder Frederick E. carpenter, house 86 Church 
Eldridge Jo.shua S. painter, house 2 Tyler 
Ellenwood Gayton P. blacksmith, house 108 East Merrimac 

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EUenwood John S., Merrlmac corp. house 73 do. 

Elliott Edmund, variety store, 1 Tilden, house do. 

Elliot Edwin G. machinist, house 1 Oliver 

Elliott Elmira, widovp, house 123 East Merrimac 

Elliott Ephraim, machinist, house 7 East Merrimac 

Elliott Esther Mrs. house Broadway, n. Guard Locks 

Elliott George M. teller Prescott National Bank, h. 1 Perrin 

ElHott Jane C. Mrs. millinery, 99 Merrimac, house Tenth, Cen- 

tralville 
Elliott John P. house 29 Chapel 

Elliott Richard H. clerk, bds. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Elliott Thomas H. carpenter, bds. Broadway, n. Guard Locks 
Ellis Joseph, machine combmaker, bds. 6 Crosby 
Ells Hannah E. widow, house 341 Merrimac 
Ells Samuel, hostler, bds. 4 Appleton corp. 
Elvln Charles, weaver, house Parker's block, Centralville 
Elwell Alonzo P. operative, bds. 2 Appleton corp. 
Elwell Martha, widow, 2 Appleton corp. 
Elwell Mary E. boarding-house, 26 Mass. corp. 
Elsworth Andrew, teamster, bds. 12 Smith 
Ely Joseph H. cashier, house 10 Stackpole 

Emerson Alvin, overseer Bleachery, h. Gorham, opp. F. Ground 
Emerson Archibald, carpenter, house r. 37 Cedar 
Emerson Charles, laborer, bds. 4 Appleton corp. 
Emerson Charles H. mason, bds. 11 Grand 
Emerson Charles L. clerk, 31 Merrimac, bds. 64 Andover 
Emerson Daniel, mason, house 58^ Fayette 
Emerson David, jr. machinist, house 82 Lawrence corp. 
Emerson David G. cigar manufacturer, 128 Suffolk, h. 8 Decatur 
Emerson Henry, overseer, bds. 172 SufTolk 
Emerson James, clerk, 128 Suffolk, house 162 Moody 
Emerson James, harnessmaker, house 29 Church 
Emerson Luther, grocer, 8 East Merrimac, house 64 Andover 
Emerson Moses C. machinist, house 123 Moody 
Emerson Moses W. photographist, 89 Merrimac, house 11 Willow 
Emerson Nathan, painter, 43 E. Merrimac, bds. 50 Massachusetts 

corporation 
Emerson Oren F. clerk, 1 Canal block, bds. 11 Willow 
Emerson Orin, clerk, bds. 35 Massachusetts corp. 
Emerson Orrin F. clerk, bds. 11 Willow 
Emerson' Philip H. thread store, 69 Merrimac, house 67 do. 
Emerson P. Lyman, millwright, house 67 Warren 
Emerson Warren, operative, bds. 68 Warren 
Emerson William R. saloon, 155 Middlesex, house 144 Jackson 

Emerson , machinist, bds. 109 Appleton 

Emery Almoran H. carpenter, 4 Salem, house 1 Morse's lane 

Emery George (Boston), house 4 Willow place 

Emery Henry, proprietor, Merrimac House, Merrimac, c. l)utton 

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Emery Justin T. bobbinmaker, house 5 Evans' block, Railroad 

Emery Lewis F. depot master, Northern depot, house 52 Appleton 

Emery Michael, machinist, bds. r. 114 Middlesex 

Emery Roswell B. carder, bds. 43 Lawrence corp. 

Emery Stillman S. peddler, bds. 64 Moody 

Emery Wm. currier, house Manchester 

Emmet James, bds. 73 Church 

Emmons Angeline Mrs. house 2 Second 

Emmons Benjamin, boot-maker, at 14 Middle, b. 20 Boott corp. 

Emmons Henry, weaver, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Emmons Thomas A. loom harness, house 158 Moody 

Emmott Mary Mrs. house Hale, n. Railroad 

Emmott Theodore W. clerk, bds. Hale, n. Railroad 

Engel George, laborer, house Quebec, n. Lincoln 

Eno Joseph, laborer, house 266 Middlesex 

Eno Peter, lumberman, house 266 Middlesex 

Eno Teddy, laborer, house East Pine, n. Carlton 

Eno William F. overseer, Massachusetts Mill, bds. lOKii-k 

Enright James F. carpenter, bds. 18 Willie avenue 

Enright Margaret Mrs. house 18 Willie avenue 

Enright Michael, laborer, house 87 Charles 

Enright Thomas, laborer, house 1 Fenwick 

Enright William J. clerk, bds. 18 Willie avenue 

Enright, see Henright 

Erskine Clara C. house 408 Merrimac 

Erskine David M. fish, Merrimac, c. Hanover, house 410 Merrimac 

Erskine Hannah Mrs. house 408 Merrimac ^ 

Estes George, overseer carder, house 1 Appleton corp. 

Estes Robert W. photographer, 245 Merrimac, 11 Cabot 

Estabrook Frank, machinist, bds. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Estabrook Wm. H. dresser, bds. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Estabrook Wm. W. bri'cklayer, bds. 23 Race 

Esty Asa Frank, painter, house 101 Howard 

Esty C. C, U. S. internal revenue assessor, 2 Nesmith's block, h. 

at Framingham 
Evans Carter W. clerk, house 83 School 
Evans George C. grocer, 78 Dutton, house 250 School 
Evans George E. civil engineer, bds. Westford, c. Grand 
Evans Joseph, carpenter, house Westford, c. Grand 
Evans Josiah F. Mrs. house 1 Evans block 
Evans Leonard, machinist, bds. 43 L. M. S. corporation 
Evans Mary JM. boarding-house, 1 Lowell corp. 
Everlith Jane Mrs. house 19 Adams 
Ewan Robert, laborer, B. & L. R. R., house 46 South 
Ewing John, clerk, house 164 Merrimac 
Ewing Samuel, peddler, house 1 Appleton block 

FAGAN MICHAEL, laborer, house 26 Fayette 

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Fahey Andrew, laborer, house Howe, c. Davidson 

Fahey John, Am. Bolt Co. house 2 Clark's court 

Fau-bank Woodbury, beltmaker, house 16 Fourth, Centralville 

Fairbrother Jame.s, spinner, house 80 Gorham 

Fau-child Judd H. fruit, 147 Central, house 85 Church 

Fairgrjeve Greorge, sectionhand, Carpet, house 5 Lagrange 

Fairgrieve George W. clei-k, 40 Market, bds. 5 Lagrange 

Fall John, Bleachery, house 5 Livingston 

Fallon Michael, laborer, bds. 4. Luther's court 

Fallon Michael, laborer, house 19 Dummer 

Fallon IMichael, jr. laborer, house r. 19 Dummer 

Fallon Owen, gardener, house 197 School 

Fallon Patrick, fireman, house 39 Cedar 

Falls xilonzo, patternmaker, house 18 Adams square 

Fannon Michael, laborer, house 53 Salem 

Farley Andrew, jack spinner, bds. 25 Davidson 

Farley Bernard, laborer, house 51 Salem 

Farley James, washer, bds. 7- Lowell corp. 

Farley James, tinsmith, 57 Middle, house do. 

Farley Lawrence, dyer, house 73 East Merrimac 

Farley Lawrence, clerk, 272 Merrimac, bds. 274 do. 

Farley Michael, laborer, house Lowell, c. Jefferson 

Farley Michael, laborer, house 8 Wall 

Farley Owen, laborer, house 74 Gorhara 

Farley Patrick, laborer, house 11 Hanover 

Farley Thomas, fiuisher, house 114 East Merrimac 

Farley Thomas, laborer, house 73 East Merrimac 

Farmer C. H. brass-finisher, bds. 83 Middlesex 

Farmer David P. teamster, house 3 Livingston's block, Appleton 

Farmer George, brass-worker, bds. 65 Hamilton block 

Farnham Charles, machinist, bds. 3 Tremont corp. 

Farnham George B. carpenter, Middlesex, c. Grand, h. 33 Willie 

Farnham George W. engineer, house 154 School 

Farnham William L. carpenter, house Main, c. Lincoln 

Farnsworth David W. overseer carder, house 9 Lawrence corp. 

Farnum George H. conductor, B. & L. R. R. house 49 Cushing 

Farr Alpha B., Custom House (B.), house 22 Stackpole 

Farr Edward H. at Wamesit Mills, bds. 55 Boott corp. 

Fan* Mary, widow, house 22 Stackpole 

Farr Sumner, watchman, bds. Lowell corp. 

Farrar Cyrus S. physician, house 12 Clay 

Farrell Catharine, widow, house 2 Fulton, Centralville 

Farrell Henry, provisions, 15 Lowell, house 13 Railroad 

Farrell John, winder, house r. 101 Gorham 

Farrell John, laborer, city, house Adams, c. Broadway 

Farrell Lawrence, carder, bds. r. 16 Appleton 

Farrell Joseph F. bds. 2 Fulton, Centralville 

Farrell Michael J. cardstripper, bds. 2 Fulton, Centralville 

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Farrell Michael, Inborer, house 7 Dempsey's yard 
Farrell Owen, peddler, house 121 I-owell 
Farrell Patrick, shoemaker, 29 Summer, house do. 
Farrell Patrick, stone mason, house 18 Davidson 
Farrell Peter (Cal), house 7 Hurd 
Farrell Rose A. widow, house 29 Summer 
Farrell Thomas, operative, house 87 Gorham 
Farrell William, woolsorter, house 271 Merrimac 

Farrell , carpenter, bds. 40 L. M. S. corp. 

Farrington Amos W. clerk, 94 Central, house 5 Tyler 

Farrington Ann, widow, house r. 177 Central 

Farrington Chas. carder, bds. 43 Massachusetts corp. 

Farrington Daniel, carpenter, house 1 Oak 

Farrington De Witt C. agent U. S. Buntiu"; Co. 7 Museum build- 

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ing, house Andover, n. Tewksbury line 
Farrington Ebenezer, wood-worlcer, house 61 Fletcher 
Farrington Isaac, prop'r Eagle -Mills (Chelmsford), house 12 Tyler 
Farrington Michael, cardstripper, house 62 River, Centralville 
Farrington Russell, fireman, bds. Ill Central 
Farrington Southwell, baggage-master, Merrimac-st. depot, house 7 

Tremont 
Farrington Thomas, stonecutter, bds. 16 Summer 
Farrington William P. police, bds. 134 Merrimac corp. 
Farris John K. butcher, house Walker, c. Broadway 
Farson Frank E. painter, bds. 2 Farssn's court 
Farson Samuel, painter, 139 Middlesex, house 2 Parson's court 
Farwell Jeriel, laborer, house 6 Seventh, Centralville 
Farwell Samuel W. clerk, 185 Central, bds. do. 
Faulkner Frederick {Luther W. Faulkner 4' Son), bds. 1 Factory 

block 
Faulkner Julia, widow, house r. 17 Dummer 
Faulkner Luther W. & Son {Frcderich), woollen manufacturers, 

Grove n. Lawrence, house at Billerica 
Faulkner Mary, widow, bds. 140 SufFollc 
Faunee Ansel B. mason, variety store, house 362 Merrimac 
Faunce Emma Mrs. nurse, bds. 66 Appleton 
Favor Francis, chairraaker, house 27 Suffidk 
Favor Jacob G. turnkey at jail, house do. 
Favor James A. watchman, bds. 52 Church 
Favor Martin F. laborer, house 26 Chestnut 
Favor Nathaniel B. & Son {N. P. Favor), door, sash, and blind 

raanuf's, Wamesit Mills, h. 81 Summer 
Favor Nathaniel P. {N. B. F. ^ So7t), Wamesit Mills, h. 9 Favor 
Fay Bernard, laborer, house 196 Gorham 
Fay Charlotte K, widow, hou&^e 49 Chestnut 
Fay Frederick T. clerk, 164 Merrimac, house 146 do. 
Fay Hannah, dressmaker, house 78 Lowell 
Fay Henry J. clerk, 126 Central, bds. 146 Merrimac corp. 

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Fay James L. engraver, house 146 Merrimac corp. 

Fay Patrick, laborer, house 19 Davidson 

Fay Samuel, agent Lowell Manufacturing Co. house Moody, c. 
Pawtucket 

Fay Thomas F. horseshoer, house Bradley, Centralville 

Featherstone John, machinist, bds. 51|- Lowell 

Feeney John, cook, I^lerrimac House, house r. 16 Dummer 

Felch Edward M. laborer, house Parker's block, Bridge, Cent. 

Felch Gilman S. laborer, house 42 Church 

Felch William, fliermaker, bds. 67 L. M. S. corp. 

Fellows James K., President Lowell Mutuallnsurance Co. 49 Cen- 
tral, h. Andover, n. Park 

Fellows Rufus, physician, house 20 Hurd 

Fellows Samuel, house 106 East Merrimac 

Fellows Samuel A. spindlemaker, bds. 67 L. M. S. corp. 

Fellows Willis M. clerk, Central, c. Jackson, bds. 20 Hurd 

Fenderson Chas. C. dresser, house 1 Bangs block, Railroad 

Fenderson Simeon, laborer, bds. 56 Massachusetts corp. 

Fennell Francis, laborer, house rear 82 Moody 

Fennell Napoleon, laborer, house 88 Moody 

Ferguson Henry, weaver, house r. 101 Gorham 

Ferguson James, laborer, house 8 Water 

Ferguson John Q., J. C. Ayer's, boards 3 Livingston's block 

Ferguson Levi, overseer, house 24 Stackpole 

Ferguson Sarah, widow, house 8 Water 

Fernald Mark, painter, house Westford, opp. Queen 

Fernald Wm. H. tinsmith, hoards 56 Mass. corporation 

Fernald, see Furnald 

Fernandez Manuel, cigar-maker, boards 278 Merrimac 

Ferrin Catharine Miss, dressmaker, house 8 Lawrence 

Ferrin John, seaman, house 222 Central 

Ferrin Silas, carpenter, house Carlton, near Middlesex 

Ferrin Sumner, weaver, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 

Ferris Charles, butcher, boards 14 Lowell 

FeiTis Job T. filecutter, house 7 Mclntire 

Ferson Levi Mrs. house 5 Robinson 

Ferson Levi 0. teamster, boards 5 Robinson 

Feslor Mrs., widow, clerk, Gorham cor. Middlesex, h. Gorljam 

Fessenden Samuel F. currier, bouse Lincoln, near Main 

Field David C. G. agent, 7 Museum building, house 23 AVillow 

Field David S. carpenter, house 23 L. M. S. corporation 

Field George W. gas fitter, house 2 Ford 

Field Joseph, boarding, hoixse 119 Central 

Field Simon C. boarding, house 134 Merrimac corporation 

Field, see Fields 

Fielding David, laborer, house 7 Water 

Fieldino; {^Henry A.) & Bartlett ( George II.), hardware and nori- 
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Fielding Josiab B. paperhangings and painting, 99 Central, house 

9 Elm 
Fielding Stephen K. 99 Central, house 7 Elm 
Fields John, bottler, boards 7 Fayette 
Fields Margaret, widow, house Fayette 
Fields Tliomas, overseer, house 8 Wall 
Fife Hugh, boltmaker, house 33 Keene, n. Crosby 
Fife James, mechanic, boards 72 L. M. S. corporation 
Fife Michael, clerk, 52 Gorham, boards 50 do. 
Fife Nelson, dressertender, boards 33 Hamilton corporation 
Fife Nelson, dressertender, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Fifield Ann G. Mrs. house 159 Central 
Fifield Joseph C. overseer, house 17 Lowell corporation 
Fifield Mary, widow, boards 9 Tremont 
Fifield William A. carpenter, house 16 Clark 
Files Allen, watchman, boards 6 Lowell corporation 
Fillmore Amos B. machinist, boards 3 Hamilton corporation 
Fillmore John W. variety store, 13 East Merrimac, house do. 
Fine Peter, bed.steadmaker, house 16 Rock 
Finn Abigail, widow, house 7 Andover 

Finn Catharine S. Mrs. millinery, 101 Merrimac, house 12 Lee 
Finn Edward, tanner, house rear 18 Winter 
Finn James B. machinist, house 12 Lee 
Finn Mary, widow, house 24 Jefferson 
Finley Michael, laborer, house 45 Adams 
Finnan Patrick, at " Courier" office, house 88 Charles 
Finnegan Bridget, widow, house 17 George 
Finnegan John, laborer, house 6 Lowell place 
Finnegan Margaret, widow, house 13 Lee 
Finnegan Michael, laborer, house 81 Church 
Finnegan Thomas, dyer, house 9 Jefferson 
Finnuanu Michael, spinner, boards 148 Central 
Finton Patrick, laborer, house rear 29 Fenwick 
Fin ton William, spinner, house 12 Green [tralville 

Firth John {Blaheley, F. ^ Go.'), Pleasant, boards 51 River, Cen- 
Firth Thomas, blacksmith, house 74 High 
Fish Charles E. Mrs. house 20 Moody 
Fisher A. W. Mrs. house 98 Gorham 
Fisher Eliza E. widow, boards 28 Tremont corporation 
Fisher John, spinner, house 2 Edgerley's court 
Fisher Martha Mrs. variety store, 219 Middlesex, house 217 do. 
Fisher Samuel S. machinist, house Suff )lk, corner Broadway 
Fisher Sumner, shoemaker, house 139 Gorham 
Fisher S. Homer, ticket agent (Boston), b. Suffolk, cor. Broadway 
Fisher Thomas Mrs. house 10 Broadway 
Fisher Walter, doormaker, boards 49 Cushing 
Fisher William, spinner, house rear 21 Fayette 
Fisk William F. boards 13 Lawrence corporation 

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Fiske Amos, overseer, house 34 Cabot 

Fiske Charles H. machinist, house 152 Gorham 

Fiske Edward A. boards 39 Adams 

Fiske George, boards 27 Chapel 

Fiske George W. (Norfolk, Va.), house 100 Appleton 

Fiske Hem-y B. teller (Howard Bank, Boston), b. 100 Appleton 

Fiske Levi, boarding-house, 79 Merrimac corporation 

Fiske Sarah M. clerk, 103 Central, boards 27 Chapel 

Fiske William, comfortable manuf 65 Adams, house 39 do. 

Fiske William 0. boards 39 Adams 

Fitch George, hostler, board? 43 Mass. corporation 

Fitts Frank E. clerk, 51 Central, boards 7 Willie 

Fitts Isaac N. wheelwright, house 7 Willie 

Fitzgerald Catharine, widow, house 91 Gorham 

Fitzgerald Daniel, sawyer, boards 269 Middlesex 

Fitzgerald Edmund, laborer, house 4 Short 

Fitzgerald Ellen, widow, house 8 Cabot 

Fitzgerald G-arrett, laborer, house 1 Fenwick 

Fitzgerald Jeanette, widow, house 314 Merrimac 

Fitzgerald Jeremiah, laborer, house 102 Suffolk 

Fitzgerald John, pickertender, boards 104 Market 

Fitzgerald John, laborer, house Fenwick 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow, house Cross, near Adams 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow, house 49 Fenwick 

Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, house 1 Fenwick 

Fitzgerald Patrick, currier, house London 

Fitzgerald Patrick, sawyer, boards 269 Middlesex 

Fitzgerald Richard, dyer, boards 6 Lowell place 

Fitzgerald Terrance, laborer, house 96 Adams 

Fitzgerald Thomas, sawfiler, house 269 Middlesex 

Fitzpatrick Peter, laborer, house 292 Central 

Fitzpatrick Peter, machinist, house 2 Theatre block, Lowell 

Fitzpatrick Peter, laborer, house 73 River, Centralville 

Fitzpatrick Susan, widow, house 52 River, Centralville 

Fitzsimmons Mary, widow, house 10 Cabot 

Fitzsimmons Michael, at Gushing & Mack's, house 10 Cabot 

Fitzsimmons Owen, laborer, house 55 Bridge, Centralville 

Flagg Jeremiah, laborer, boards 6 Hamilton Corporation 

Flagg William H. overseer, house 72 Boott Corporation 

Flaherty Ann, widow, house 8 Carpet lane 

Flaherty Patrick, moulder, boards 8 Carpet lane 

Flaherty Timothy, laborer, house 48 Salem 

Flaherty William, laborer, house 30 William 

Flanagan Catharine, widow, house 265 Middlesex 

Flanagan John, laborer, boards 1 George 

Flanagan Michael, farmer, house 33 Floyd 

Flanagan Michael, jr. spinner, boards 33 Floyd 

Flanagan Michael, laborer, boards 265 Middlesex 



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Flanagan Patrick, pressman, boards 1 George 

Flanagan Patrick, laborer, house 32 Union 

Flanagan Peter, boards 33 Floyd (30th Regt.) 

Flanders Charles R. bonnet bleachery, 82 Merrimac, house do. 

Flanders Daniel, operative, boards 7 Warren 

Flanders {Henry R.) & Keith {Joseph), boots and shoes, 339 

Merrimac, boards 4 Tilden 
Flanders George A., laborer, boards 233 Gorham 
Flanders John D. W. Mrs. house 118 Middlesex 
Flanders Lyman L. carpenter, house 8 Tilden 
Flanders Moses, oiler, boards 31 Hamilton Corporation 
Flanders Peter (Boston), house 386 Merrimac 
Flanders Phanuel, farmer, house 233 Gorham 
Flanders Samuel B. overseer carder, house 11 Hamilton corp. 
Flanders William G. overseer, house 19 Mass. corporation 
Flanders WilHam S. machinist, house 1221 Merrimac corp. 
Flanders William W. dresser, house 14 Lawrence corporation 
Flavin James, house 47 Middle 
Flavin John, card stripper, house 15 Dummer 
Fleck Patrick, carpenter, boards 136 Merrimac corporation 
Fleming John, dyer, house 263 Middlesex 
Fleming Julia, widow, house 14 Howe 
Fleming Patrick, laborer, boards 14 Howe 
Fleming Patrick, laborer, house 9 Worthen 
Fleming Patrick, currier, boards 2 Cummiskey's alley 
Fleming Richard, laborer, house 2 Cummiskey's alley 
Fletcher Benjamin, laborer, boards 1 George 
Fletcher Charles, boards 24 Adams 
Fletcher Edmund Mrs. house 210 Central 
Fletcher (Edmund D.') & Mansur ( William G.), gi-ocers, 144 arxl 

146 Central, house 210 do. [Thorndiko 

Fletcher Edmund D. {Nichols ^ Co.), flour, old freight depot. 
Fletcher Eliza, widow, boai'ds 77 Willow 
Fletcher Horatio, clerk, 84 Central, house 56 Bartlett 
Fletcher Horatio R. paymaster, Suffolk Corp. boards 56 Bartlett 
Fletcher Isaac A. boards 210 Central 
Fletcher James H. cabinetmaker, house 128 Cross 
Fletcher John I. cabinetmaker, boards 128 Cross 
' Fletcher Joseph M. clerk, boards 101 Central 
Fletcher Lemuel (California), house 250 Middlesex 
Fletcher Lewis N., Merrimac Corporation, house 50 do. 
Fletcher Nathaniel F. {S. K. Fletcher S)- Son), house at Medwuy 
Fletcher Oliver, overseer, house 56 Moody 
Fletcher Orra A. weaver, house 127 Merrimac corporation 
Fletcher Richard, house 53 Howard 

Fletcher Simon T. clothing, house Varney, near Mt. Washington 
Fletcher Stephen R. & Son {Na'haniel F.), bonnet bleachery, 90 

Merrimac, house do. 

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Fldtcher Warren, bobbiumaker, Louse Albro's block, Cusbing 

Fletcher William, farmer, house Liberty, near Chelmsford 

Fletcher William, elevator tender, house 208 Merrimac 

Flint Albert Gr. overseer spinner, house 22 Lawrence Corporation 

Flint Charles L. machinist; house 380 Merrimac ^ 

Flint George W. hackman, 112 Moody, boards 15 Cabot 

Flint Harrison, agent, Wamesit Power Co., Lawrence, n«iar Depot, 

boards 16 Fourth, Centralville 
Flint Henry E. hackdriver, boards 15 Cabot 
Flint Joseph K. patternmaker, house 29 Union 
Flint Lewis, machinist, boards 111 Howard 
Flint Mehitable, widow, house 4 Lawrence Corporation 
Flint Oliver S. 112 Moody, house 109 do. 
Flint Oliver W. livery stable, 112 Moody, house 15 Cabot 
Flint Omer A. teacher, boards 59 E. Merrimac 
Flint Rockwood, laborer, boards 111 Howard 
Flint Tilly, machinist, house 59 E. Merrimac 
Flood Edward, carder, house 2 Dodge 
Flood Edward, machinist, boards 53 Mass. Corporation 
Flood Elizabeth, widow, house 16 Grreen 
Flood Henry F. machinist, house 5 Lowell place 
Flood John, laborer, house rear 148 Lowell 
Flood John, laborer, boards 48 West Union 
Flood Joseph, gigger, boards 16 Green 
Flood Mary, widow, boards rear 3 Dodge 
Flood Peter, cigar-manuf. 23 East Merrimac, house 21 do. 
Flood William, gigger, boards 16 Green 
Flora John, file-grinder, house 7 East Pine 
Florence Wilbur, bobbinmaker, boards 37 Salem 
Flynn Annie, clerk, Gorham, cor. Middlesex, boards 8 Cedar 
Flynn Catharine, widow, house rear 15 Union 
Flynn Catharine, widow, house Dummer, near Lowell 
Flynn Ellen, widow, house 102 Suffolk 
Flynn James, laborer, boards 5 MoUoy's court 
Flynn James, spinner, boards 51^ Lowell 
Flynn John, provisions, Dummer, near Lowell, house do. 
Flynn John, chair bottomer, 352 Central, house do. 
Flynn John, laborer, house 8 Cedar 
Flynn John, moulder, boards 8 Cedar 
Flynn Matthew, moulder, boards 8 Cedar 
Flynn Mary Mrs. boards 3 Lowell Corporation 
Flynn Margaret, widow, house 15 River, Centralville 
Flynn Michael, house 322 Merrimac 
Flynn Michael X. machinist, boards 21 Willie 
Flynn Miles, laborer, house 5 MoUoy's court 
Flynn Owen, laborer, house Water, cor. Pond 
Flynn Patrick, tanner, house 50 West Union 
Flynn Patrick, operative, boards 115 Merrimac Corporation 

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Flynn Patrick, laborer, house 21 William 

Flynn Patrick Mrs. house 38 Paige 

Flynn Peter, shoemaker, boards 5 Molloy's court 

Flynn Philip, laborer, house 9 Broadway 

Flynn Thomas, watchman, house 8 Faulkner's block 

Flynn William, laborer, house 12 Keene 

Flynn William, Lowell Machine Shop, house 5 Molloy's court 

Fogarty Daniel, laborer, house 118 Middlesex 

Fogg Charles A. machinist, house 1 South Franklin court 

Fogg Mary S. widow, house 8 Grand 

Fogg Nancy Miss, boarding-house, 31 Hamilton Corporation 

Foley Ellen, widow, house 118 Lowell 

Foley Hannah, widow, house 99 Lowell 

Foley Jeremiah, trunkmaker, boards 118 Suffolk 

Foley John, laborer, house 118 Suffolk 

Foley John, laborer, boards 118 Lowell 

Foley Michael, "Stott's Mill, house 7 New 

Foley Peter, laborer, house rear 55 Market 

Follansbee James, operative, boards 31 Hamilton Corporation 

Follansbee John, carder, boards 6 Hamilton JJorporation 

Pollansby Daniel S. Mrs. vaiiety store, 300 Merrimae, house do. 

Follett Lorenzo, gunsmith, boards 18 Pawtucket 

Folsom Alanson, mason, house Cambridge, near Hale 

Folsom Catharine B. widow, house 73 Merrimae 

Folsom Francis Mrs. house 55 Merrimae 

Folsom Ira N. machinist, house 5 Chelmsford 

Folsom Jeremiah S. insurance agent, 21 Central, h. 22 Chapel 

Folsom Jonathan P. dry-goods, 44^ Merrimae, house 46 Elm 

Folsom Mary Mrs. widow, house 19 Cady 

Foody William, laborer, house 3 Tremont 

Foote Andrew J. operative, boards 250 Merrimae 

Foote Charles C. machinist, house 80 South 

Foote George, clerk, 277 Merrimae, boards Liberty, near Pine 

Foote Irvin A. pianoforte tuner, 275 Merrimae, house 38 Cabot 

Foote James D. (/. L. Foote Sf Co.) h. Pine, near Wilder 

Foote James L. & Co. {James D. Foote), stoves and tin-ware, 

277 and 279 Merrimae, house Liberty, near Pine 
Foote Sanford J. clerk. Northern Depot, house 83 Sidcm 
Foote Warren S. piano-fortes and nuu-ic teacher, 275 Merrimae, 

house 343 do. 
Forbush Charles {Litchfield 8^ F.), 167 Middlesex, b. 12 Queen 
Ford Bridget Mrs. widow, house 15 Green 
Ford Charles, machinist, house 1 Abbot 
Ford David A. clerk, 251 Merrimae, boards 344 do. 
Ford James W. clerk, 36 Merrimae, boards 344 do. 
Ford John, laborer, house 22 Lewis 
Ford John, laborer, house 12 Church 
Ford Joseph, coachman, boards 6 Hamilton Corporation 



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Ford Joseph, shoemaker, house 280 Merrimac 

Ford Julia, Clara, and Rhoda, Misses, house 5 Fourth, Centralville 

Ford Lydia N. Mrs. variety store, 344 Merrimac, house do. 

Ford JMary, widow, boards 43 Tremont 

Ford Patrick, at W. Walker & Co.'s, house 15 Grreen 

Ford Sarah, widow, house 29 Gushing 

Forrest William, house 5 Appleton Corporation (U. S. N.) 

Forsaith John, bds. 61 West Union 

Forsberg Oscar A. clerk, boards 22 Varney 

Fosdick Amos S. machinist, house 80 Church 

Fosdick Lucian G. clerk, 320 Merrimac, house 160 Moody 

Fosdick John F. machinist, house 24 Common 

Foss Albert W. house 25 Marshall 

Foss Augustus B. carpenter, house 28 Suffolk, Franklin square 

Foss Edward J. watchman, boards 28 Suffolk 

Foss Franklin, moulder, bds. 41 Lowell Machine Shop corporation 

Foss George W., Lowell Machine Shop, house 6 Middlesex place 

Foss George W. laborer, house 158 Central 

Foss John C. watchman, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 

Foss Luther B. locksmith, 129 Central, boards 6 Middlesex place 

Foss Martha, widow, boards 169 Moody 

Foss Nancy, widow, house 99 East Merrimac 

Foster Abigail Mrs. boarding-house, 26 Appleton corporation 

Foster Anna A. widow, boards 11 Auburn 

Foster Charles Mrs. widow, house 68 Uiver, Centralville 

Foster Charles, laborer, boards 3 Tremont corporation 

Foster Ezra, teamster, house 1 jMcFarlin avenue 

Foster Francis A. overseer, house 5 Lowell corporation 

Foster Henry C. Mrs. house 2 Merriam's court 

Foster Henry S. engineer, boards 46 Rock 

Foster James, overseer carder, house 84 Lawrence corporation 

Foster Jennie E. widow, house 174 Meirimac corporation 

Foster Jesse, eai'penter, 15 Salem, house 22 Cabot 

Foster Jesse H. teamster, house 1 Holbrook's court 

Foster Lemuel, weaver, boards 17 Appleton corporation 

Foster Loring, carder, house 32 Tremont corporation 

Foster Mark, machinist, house 23 Andover 

Foster Merrill C. carder, boards 32 Tremont corporation 

Foster Samuel W. overseer, house 9 Lowell corporation 

Foster Sewall, shoemaker, house Richardson, Centralville 

Foster Sophia, widow, bds. Old Road, Centralville 

Foudy John, laborer, house 12 W^inter 

Fowler Henry C. harnessmaker, boards 65 Hamilton block 

Fowler John, Middlesex, boards 82 Church 

Fowler John E. shoemaker, house 24 Fifth, Centralville 

Fowler John W. painter, boards 71 Warren 

Fox Adeline, widow, house 6 Dodge 

Fox Albert S. insurance agent, house 62 Andover 

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Fox Amanda M. Mrs. boarding-house, 45 Boott corporation 

Pox Franklin M. shoemaker, house 30 Chestnut 

Fox Jesse, house 49 Third, Centralville 

Fox John, tinsmith, house 138 Lawrence 

Fox Lorenzo S. physician, 2 Welles's block, boards 21 Kirk 

Fox Mary, widow, boards Tanner, with Dr. Birmingham 

Fox Patrick, folder, house 9 Suffolk corporation 

Fox Peter, painter, house 68 River, Centralville 

Fox Sarah Mrs. house Old Road, Centralville 

Fox Thomas, Bleachery, house 8 Congress 

Fox Warren, farmer, boards 26 Church 

Foy Bridget, widow, house rear 74 Middlesex 

Foy John, Bleachery, boards 4 Kidder . 

Francis James B. agent, Locks and Canals, house 47 Worthen 

Franklin Edgar A. clerk, 54 Merrimac, boards 105 Gorham 

Franklin Edgar H. clerk, boards 105 Gorham 

Franklin Wm. B. overseer, h. Sixth, c. Mt. Vernon, Centralville 

Frawley Peter O'C. grocer, Gorham, cor. Moore, house 1 Moore 

Frazer Alexander Mrs. house 11 Marion 

Frazer Daniel, cabinetmaker, boards 28 Lagrange 

Frazer James, hatcheller, house rear 90 Appleton 

Frazer John, machinist, house rear 76 Charles 

Frazier Thomas, spinner, boards Sherman House, Centralville 

Frederick Ellen, widow, house 94 Adams 

Freeman Abigail, widow, boards 33 Branch 

Freeman Charles I. piano-forte-maker, house 12 Queen 

Freeman Charles T. clerk (B.), boards 154 Broadway 

Freeman Henry, Bleachery, house 3 Livingston 

Freeman John, Bleachery, house 3 Livingston 

Freeman Joseph, weaver, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 

Freeman Lyman, chairmaker, house 154 Broadway 

Freeman Mary J. widow, house 10 Third, Centralville 

Freeman Samuel J. carriage-painter, 292 Middlesex, h. 33 Branch 

Freeman Samuel K. carriage-painter, boards 33 Branch 

Freeman Thomas, Bleachery, house 3 Li\'ingston 

Fremire Rose, widow, house 31 Tremont 

French Abram, clothing, 92 Central, house 388 Middlesex 

French Amos, machinist, house 346 Merrimac 

French Amos B. & Co {Levi Nichols), confectionery, ice-cream 

and oyster saloon, 37 Central 
French Amos'B. freight depot, boards 31 Branch 
French Anthony, operative, boaids 51-g- Lowell 
French A. H. carpenter, boards Willie, cor. Franklin 
French Benjamin P. Mrs. house 13 Anne 
French Charles Mrs. boards 18 Lagrange 
French Cyril Mrs. house 7 Chapel 
French Edwin, cigarmaker, boards 5 Jackson 
French Franklin, moulder, house Tremont, cor. Merrimac 

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^ French Henry, ojoerative, house 40 Marion 

French Horace E. clerk, 92 Central, beards 388 Middlesex 
French Jonathan, carpenter, house 167 Merrimac corporation 
French Joseph H. machinist, boards 56 Massachusetts corporation 
French Josiah B. house Chelmsford, near railroad bridge 
French Mary Mrs. house 3 Luther's court 

French William, overseer, house Varnum, near Myrtle, Centralviile 
French William C. clerk, G. T. Comings, boards 346 Merrimac 
French William H. apothecary, 2 Central, house Elm, near 

Sixth, CentralvUle 
French William H. at Lowell Felting Co. house 18 Ash 

French widow, house rear 177 Central 

Frost Abner, surveyor of lumber and dealer in bark, house 14 

Westford, near Grand 
Frost Charles H. ( Urann S^ Frost), 255 Merrimac, bds. 16 Salem . 
Frost Charles H. spinner, house 58 Massachusetts corporation 
Frost Elizabeth W. teacher, boards 60 Appleton 
Frost Francis C. stonecutter, boards 81 Howard 
Frost George W. carpenter, house 16 Salem 
Frost Lyman J. carder, house 48 Church 
Frye Abby Mrs. house 257 Central 
Frye Etta, teacher, boards 191 Gorham 

Frye Frederick {Read S^ F.), mason, h Pawtucket, c. Fletcher 
Frye George, mason, house 23 Kirk 
Frye Hannah Mrs. house rear 209 Central 
Frye John F. counsellor, 49 Central, boards 257 do. 
Frye Laura Mrs. house 191 Gorham 
Frye Marshall, tanner, house 11 Railroad 

Frye Nathan W. agent, Lowell Tannery, h. Worthen, c. Mechanic 
Frye Reuben, mason, house 128 Merrimac 
Frye Susan E. widow, house Richardson, Centralviile 
Fulhan John, machinist, house 23 Tremont corporation 
Fuller Charles A. W. machinist, house 7 Ford 
Fuller Darius S. engineer, house Elm, Centralviile 
Fuller Edward R. cai-penter, house 5 Burns 
Fuller Edwin A. mechanic, boards 54 East Merrimac 
Fuller {Ensign C.) & Hadley {Addison), woodturners, Mechanics' 

Mills, Dutton, house Grand, corner Marshall 
Fuller Eugene, machinist, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Fuller Granville L. cabinetmaker, boards 25 Willie 
Fuller Hairison H. house 54 East Merrimac . 
Fuller Jason, milkman, house Pawtucket, north of Moody 
Fuller John B. cabinetmaker, house 25 Willie 
Fuller Perez, tailor, 11 Tyler, house do. 
Fuller Samuel S. overseer weaver, house 9 Oak 
Fuller William T. carpenter, house Poplar 
Fullerton Geo. W. engineer, house 97 Market 
FuUington Mary A. widow, house 35 Suffolk 

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Fulton James, spinner, house First, near Bridge 

Fulton John, machinist, boards 55 Boott corporation 

Fulton Walter M. spinner, house 55 Boott corporation 

Furber George D. tailor, house 42 Grand 

Furbish Anna A. millinery, 83 Merrimac, house 63 Worthen 

Furbish Joshua J. earriagemaker, house 52 Charles 

Furbush John M. photographer, house 63 L. M. S. corporation 

Furlong James, laborer, house Front, Centralville 

Furlong James W. laborer, boards 87 Moody 

Furlong John C. (Welch ^ F.), provisions, Lowell, cor. Hanover, 

boards 38 Paige 
Furnald {Nathaniel G.') & Rollins (John L.), carpenter & 

builder, 23 Middle, house School, corner Varney 
Fury Thomas, laborer, house rear 52 Middle 

GAFFNEY CATHARINE Miss, house 5 Hadley's block 
Gaffney Charles, farmer, house 21 High 
GafFney James, mason, house Adams, near Broadway 
<jrafFney John, laborer, house 107 Merrimac corporation [ville 

Gage Daniel P. physician, 11 John, h. Bridge, opp. Third, Central- 
Gage Edward T. clerk, Merr. Manuf. Co. boards 13 Kirk 
Gage George B. clerk, 52 Merrimac, boards 21 Kirk 
Gage Henry F. clerk, 164 Merrimac, boards 13 Kirk 
Gage Isaac T. overseer, liouse 129^ Merrimac corp.' 
Gage James U. dry-goods, 52 Merrimac, house 93 Salem 
Gage Julius F. {Morse S; Gage), bds. 49 Button 
Gage Lydia Mrs. boarding-house, 29 Tremont corp. 
Gage Mary, widow, bds. Bridge, opp. Third, Centralville 
Gage Robert W. butcher, bds. Hale, n. Howard 
Gage William H. Mrs. millinery, Carlton block, house 18 Kirk 
Galant Henry, laborer, bds. 1 George 
(jale Betsey R. widow, bds. Mt. Vernon, n. Broadway 
Gale Charles, bds. 48 Hamilton corp. 
(jale George M. painter, house 12 Race 
(rale Louisa, widow, house 10 Market 
Gale Sarah, widow, house 4 Sixth, Centralville 
(rale Sarah E. widow, bds. Howard House 
Gale Seneca, wood-sawer, house 12 Race 
Gallagher Catharine, widow, house 30 Lowell 
Gallagher Charles, laborer, house 58 Middle 
(lallagher Daniel, machine-printer, house 18() Gorham 
Gallagher Edward, calico printer, house 42 Paige 
Gallagher Ellen Mrs. dressmaker, 17 Race, house do. 
Gallagher Hugh, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, bds. 42 Paige 
(xallagher James, blacksmith, house r. 90 Gorham 
Gallagher James, laborer, house 90 Charles 
(xallagher James, laborer, house r. 27 Middle 
'lallagher Jolm, laborer, house 6 Cedar 

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(xallagher John, laborer, bds. 42 Paige 

Gallagher Martin, spinner, house 23 High 

Gallagher Owen, house 42 Paige 

Gallagher Owen, machinist, bds. 80 Middle 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, bds. 42 Paige 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house r. 80 Middlesex 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, bds. 48 Davidson's lane 

Gallagher Robert, bartender American House, h. 61 Hamilton block 

Gallagher Eose, widow, bds. r. 80 Middlesex 

Gallagher Thomas, laborer, house 42 Gorham 

Gallagher , widow, house 48 Davidson's lane 

Galligan Mary, widow, house 57 Paver, Centralville 

Gallivan Edward, laborer, house r. 20 Dummer 

Gallon Hugh, woolsorter, house 9 Carolin's block, Fayette 

Gallon Sarah, Bella and Mary Misses, house 3 Joiner 

Galloup Daniel P. principal Varnum School, house Methuen, Cen- 
tralville 

Galloway Thomas, operative, bds. 85 Moody 

Galvin Bridget, widow, house 6 Merrill 

Galvin Daniel, army, house Belvidere 

Galvin Ellen, widow, house 24 Broadway 

Galvin Michael, laborer, house 53 Market 

Galvin Patrick, spinner, house 14 Charles 

Garamel Pliny F. laborer, bds. 135 Merrimac corp. 

Gann Caroline, widow, house 121 Moody 

Gannon Bernard, spinner, house 26 Cedar 

Gannon Dennis, spinner, house Front, Centralville 

Gannon James, operative, house r. 23 Cedar 

Gannon John, laborer, house 2 Cedar 

Gannon John, laborer, house 30 William 

Gannon JIaurice, carder, bds. 4 Appleton 5orp. 

Gannon Robert, carder, house 64 Adams 

Gara Bcrnaid, eardstripper, house 17 High 

Gard William, laborer, house 146 Suffolk 

Gardine Andrew, currier, bds. 2 Middlesex place 

Gardner Almond B. carpenter, bds. 3 Massachrfeetts corp. 

Gardner George, city auditor, City Government building, bouse 96 
Fletcher 

Gardner Henry L. machinist, bds. 25 L. M. S. corp. 

Gardner James, laborer at Moore, c. Whipple 

Gardner James E. painter, 310 Merrimac, house 10 Adams, F. S. 

Gardner James W. {Taylor Sf Gardner), 241 Merrimac, bds. 15 
Common 

Gardner Mary C. widow, house 25 Lowell Machine Shop corp. 

Gardner' Mary C. teacher Bartlett Grammar School 

Gardner Robert Mrs. house 54 Bartlett 

Gardner Theodore F. machinist, bds. 25 L. M. S. corp. 

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Gardner William S. (Sweetser ^ G.), counsellor, 43^ Central, h. 

54 Bartlett 
Garland Guy W. clerk, 268 Merrimac, bds. 172 Suffolk corp. 
Garland Jeremiah, house 133 East Merrimac 
Garland Joseph H. machinist, bds. 27 Tremont corp. 
Garland Joseph P. milkman, house Wilder, n. Middlesex 
Garland Nathaniel, carpenter, house 172 Suffijlk 
Garland Owen, job wagon, house r. 76 Charles 
Garland Samuel Mrs. house 127 East Merrimac 
Garland William W. Merrimac corp. house 39 do. 
Garmon Allen, teamster, house 18 Massachusetts corp. 
Garnet Joseph, proprietor Sherman House, 14 Kiver, Centralville 
Garragan Margaret, widow, house 2 William 
Garrahan Christopher Mrs. house 10 Molloy's court 
Garrahen Margaret, widow, house 43 William 
Garrett Henry L. cloth overseer, house 7 Lawrence corp. 
Garrett Robert J. overseer, house Walker, c. Kemp 
Garrett William A. bailer, bds. Walker, c. Kemp 
Garrigan Elizabeth, widow, house Lowell 
Garrigan Michael, clerk, bds. 13 Fayette 
Garrigan Patrick, blacksmith, house 69 Gorham 
Garrigan Patrick, clerk, bds. 13 Fayette 
Garrigan Philip, blacksmith, house 13 Fayette 
Garrigan Thomas, grocer, 71 East Merrimac, bds. 13 Fayette 
Garrihan Malachi, dyer, house 12 Mill 
Garrison Henry, spinner, house 21 Pond 
Garrity Alice, widow, house 39 Worthen 
Garrity Ann, Mrs. house 37 North 
Garrity Bartholomew, house r. 21 North 
Garrity Daniel, laborer, bds. 37 North 
Garrity Daniel, gas fitter, 10 Central 
Garrity James, printer, house 70 Suffolk 
Garrity Michael, carpenter, house 29 North 
Garrity Michael, operative, house 75 Lowell 
Garrity Peter, laborer, bds. 35 Bleachcry 
Gartland Frank, marriner, house 61 Gorham 
Garvey Margaret, widow, house Jefferson 
Garvey Michael, laborer, house 42 Adams 
Garvey Michael, laborer, bds. r. 35 Fenwick 
Garvey Thomas, laborer, house r. 35 Fenwick 
Garvin Bridget, widow, house 27 Union 

Garvin , teamster, bds. 29 Hamilton corp. 

Gately Patrick, laborer, house 289 IMiddleses 
Gately William, wool- washer, house 6 Crosl)y 
Gates Abbie D. teacher, bds. Hale 
(rates Charles L. clerk, 20 Market, bds. 66 Bartlett 
Gates Elihu, machinist, house 33 Suffolk, Franklin sq. 
Gates Emery, chairmaker, bds. 2 Middlesex place 

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Grates George W. operative, bds. 33 Suflfolk Franklin sq. 

Gates Jeremiah, physician, Q^ Hurd, house do. 

Gates Josiah, belt and hose manuf., 4 and 6 Mechanics' building, 

Button, house Gates 
Gates J. Emery, clerk, 4 and 6 Dutton, bds. Gates 
Gates Luther F. shoemaker, house 66 Bartlett 
Gates Noah F. Mrs. house 117 Govham 
Gates Prescott C. clerk, 4 and 6 Dutton, bds. Gates 
Gates Sarah L. teacher, bds. 125 Gorham 
Gaut Samuel, cabinetmaker, house 18 Smith 
Garvin James, teamster, bd?. 41 L. M. S. corp. 
Gawler Charles, bootmaker, 75 Central, house 19 Warren 
Gay Nathaniel, cloth-room, Suffolk, house 32 Race 
Gay Otis W. clerk Merchants' National Bank, bds. 32 Race 
Gaymonds George W. machinist, bds. r. 18 Elm 
Gee William, sketchmaker, house 154 Merrimac corp. 
Geer Frederick S. clerk, J. & J. M. Pearson's, h. 35 Marion 
GeSerey Charles H. hairdresser, 12 Central, bds. 21 High 
Gennell Francis, laborer, house 84 Moody 
Geoffrey Joseph, shoemaker, 35 East Merrimac, house do. 
George Albert, weaver, bds. 36 Mass. corp. 
George Amos S. machinist, house 65 Lawrence corp. 
George Charles E. pistolmaker, bds. 21 Franklin sq. 
George Edward C. carder, house 4 Goward place 
George Edward F. weaver, bds. 135 Merrimac corp. 
George John S. machinist, house Cross, n. Willie 
George Joseph A. machinist, bds. Cross, n. Willie 
George Michaiah M. shoemaker, bds. 53 Hanover 
Georgia Mary, widow, house 116 Merrimac corp. 
Gerrish Thomas G. city treasurer. City Government building, house 

Pawtucket, c. School 
Gerry Gnstavus A. dentist, Merrimac, c. John, house 44 Bartlett 
Getchell Seth, tinsmith, 265 Merrimac, house 1 Salem 
Gibbons Thomas, laborer, house 20 Fenwick 
Gibbs Oscar F. weaver, house 77 Boott corp. 
Gibby Samuel J. (^Parsons Sf G.), house 50 Hale 
Giblin James, laborer, house 17 Summer 
Giblin James, jr. painter, bds. 17 Summer 
Giblin Martin, provisions, 61 Market, house do. 
Giblin Michael, peddler, house 106 Market 
Gibney Mary, widow, house 17 Fayette 
Gibson Betsey C. Mrs. house 20 Nesmith ' 

Gibson Brothers (/. and M. G.), grocers. Bridge, c. Paige 
Gibson James (Gibson Brothers), house 49 Bridge, Centralville 
Gibson Moses G. (Gibson Brothers), house 22 Fifth, Centralville 
Gibson Phineas S. bobbinmaker, house Spring 
Gibson Thomas, farmer, house Broadway, n. School 
Gifford Alden I. engineer, B. & L. R. R. house 146 Jackson 

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Gifford Frank A. blacksmith, house 15 Thorudike 

Gifford Leonard G. keeper Round House, house Jackson, n. Round 
House 

Gilbert Alfred P. carpenter, house 28 Essex 

Gilbert Charles P. gunmaker, bds. 100 Appleton 

Gilbert Jerome B. mechanic, hou?e' Tanner, junction B. & L. R. II. 
Ayer's city -•>■ i^ 

Gilbert Levi J. clerk, bds. J%tme B. Gillet's 

Gilbert Walford, weaver, bila. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Gilbert Walter, carder, bds.- 26 Mass. corp. 

Gilbert Wra. H. dresser, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Gilchrest George C. photographist, 92 Merrimac, house 16 Myrtle, 
Central ville 

Gilchrest George E. at 92 Merrimac, bds. 16 Myrtle 

Gilchrest Margaret Mrs. house 55 Market 

Gilday Michael, laborer, house r. 55 Market 

Gildea Michael, bleacher, house 35 Bleachery 

Gildee John, bleachery, house 261 Gorham 

Gildee Thomas, cloth-measurer, house 44 South 

Gile Elizabeth, widow, bds. 28 Union 

Giles James A. carpenter, bds. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Giles Joseph B. Mrs. boarding-house, 51 East Merrimac 

Giles Lydia, widow, house 29 Essex 

Giles Mellon S. carder, bds. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Giles Thomas J. watchman, house 109 Merrimac corp. 

Gill John, laborer, house r. 15 Union 

Gillen John, carder, house 3 Tremont 

Gillen Patrick, laborer, house 15 Green 

Gillieo Rosanna Miss, house 162 Gorham 

Gilligan Bernard, spinner, bds. 51^ Lowell 

Gillis Abby, widow, house 15 South 

Gillogley John, house r. 23 Cedar (U. S. A.) 

Gillogly Patrick, mason, house 29 Keene 

Gilman Alfred, tailor, 156 Merrimac, house 266 Central 

Gilman Alft-ed, jr. clerk, 156 Merrimac, bds. 226 Central 

Gilman Betsy, widow, bds. Chelmsford, n. Parker 

Gilman Caleb M. travelling agent, h. East Pine, n. Carlton 

Gilman Caroline M. widow, house East Pine, n. Carlton 

Gilman Charles E. machinist, bds. 19 SufF)lk corp. 

Gilman Edward, bobbinmaker, bds. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Gilman Edward, machinist, bds. 266 Central 

Gilman Experience T. widow, boarding-house, 19 Suffolk corp. 

Gilman Frances A. Mrs. widow, house 242 Central 

Gilman HoUis M. blacksmith, house 18 Pawtucket 

Gilman Ira R. clerk, 66 IMiddlesex, liouse 4 Chapel 

Gilmore John {Blanchard ct G.), North End Exchange, 238 Mer- 
rimac, h. 6 Prescott corp. 

Gilman John H. physician, 128 Merrimac 

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Gilman Richard, bds. 12 Smith 
Gilman Rufas H. boarding, house 3 Hamilton corp. 
Gilman Sarah, widow, house 4 Lawrence corp. 
Gilmore Grilbert, laborer, house 25 Cedar 
Gilmore John, billiards, house 6 East Merrimac 
Gilpatrick Benjamin S. tinsmith, 265 Merrimac, bds. 123 Merri- 
mac corporation 
Gilpatrick Moses G. music teacher, house 65 Bartlett 
Gilpatrick Nathan, watchman, house 123 Merrimac corp. 
Gilpatrick Nehemiah, clerk, L. M. S. foundry, bds. 123 Merri- 
mac corp. 
Gilroy Michael, laborer, house 61 Lowell 
Gilroy Patrick, woolwasher, house 64 Suffolk 
Gilroy Patrick, laborer, house 12. William 
Gilson Lewis G. boarding, house 21 Suffolk corp. 
Gilson Lucy D. nurse, house 4 Walnut 
Gilson Merrick li. chairmaker, house 34 Willie 
Gilson Susan W.' widow, bds. 29 Hamilton corp. 
Ginty Catharine, widow, house 6 Pearl 
Girard Period, operative, bds. 61 Lawrence corp. 
Gladwin Silas F. dentist, 128 Merrimac, house 399 do. 
Gladwin WilHam W. dental student, bds. 399 Merrimac 
Glancy Francis, laborer, bds. 26 Winter 
Glazier James, carpenter, bds. 67 Boott corp. 
Gleason Augustus, overseer yard, Hamilton corp. house 19 do. 
Gleason Clarissa, widow, house 16 Brown 
Gleason George R. cardmaker, house 90 Appleton 
Gleason Patrick, laborer, house 1 John-st. avenue 
Glennon John, operative, bds. r. 102 Moody 
Gledhill George, dyer, house 22 Lowell corporation 
Glidden Nathaniel A. moulder, house 20 Hamilton corporation 
Glidden Olive Mrs. boarding-house, 32 Lawrence corporation 
Glidden Seth, carpenter, boards 32 Lawrence corporation 
Glines Amos, boards 50 Moody 
Glines George S. machinist, house 146 Middlesex 
Glines Nancy, widow, house 20 Moody 
Glispin Charles, spinner, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Glispin James, spinner, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Glispin Thomas, section hand, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 
Glogley James, pickertender, house 17 Winter 
Glover Frederick, carpenter, boards 3 Lawrence corporation 
Glover William B. stencU-cutter and door-plates, house 46 Chapel 

Glover , carpenter, boards 7 Lawrence corporation 

Glynn John, carder, house 23 Fayette 

Glynn Mary Mrs. house 19 Spring 

Goddard Benjamin, U. S. asst. assessor, 2 Nesmith's block, house 

• Liberty, corner Powell 
Goddard Benjamin F., house Liberty, cor. Powell 

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Goddard Charles T. bookkeeper, 20 Market, house 396 Middlesex 

Goddard Peter, house 7 Middlesex place 

Goddard Samuel B. machinist, house 80 Lawrence corporation 

Godfrey George T. machinist, bouse 33 Bleachery 

Godfrey Michael, carder, boards 14 Winter 

Godfrey William, carpenter, house 6 Edgerley's court 

Goding Betsey Mrs. house 39 Walnut 

Goding William Mrs. house 25 Church 

Goggin Edward, laborer, house rear 140 Lowell 

Goggin Thomas, laborer, house 134 School 

Goggin William, operative, house 12 Cross 

Going Charles, proprietor x^merican House, 86 Central 

Gokea Lewis, cabinetmaker, house rear 116 Middlesex 

Gokea Lewis, jr. clerk, 30 Merriraac, boards rear 116 Middlesex 

Golden Luke, carder, boards 33 Mass. corporation 

Golden Thomas, farmer, house rear 17 Cross 

Golding Ann Mrs. house 10 Davidson 

Golding Bernard F. machinist, boards 41 River, Centralville 

Golding Edward, laborer, house 57 East Merrimac 

Golding Henry, Middlesex, house 18 William 

Golding Hugh, napper, house 49 West Union 

Golding James, laborer, house 39 Davidson 

Golding Jeremiah, gigger, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 

Golding Michael, laborer, house 23 Union 

Golding Patrick, laborer, house rear 43 River, Centralville 

Golding Patrick, house 15 Keene (30th Reg't.) 

Golding Thomas, laborer, house 41 River, Centralville 

Goldsmith Thomas, cutter, 2 Canal block, house 53 Bartlett 

Gooda Louis, finisher, pistol shop, house 79 Broadway 

Goodale Aaron, baker, house 41 Appleton 

Goodale Amos, peddler, house 18 Alder 

Goodale George B. clerk, 126 Central, house rear 12 Chapel 

Goodale Irving K. clerk, 283 Merrimac, boards 7 Tremont 

Goodale Oal, marblepolisher, boards 41 Appleton 

Goodale Proctor F. clothmeasurer, boards 41 Appleton 

Goodale William, tinsmith, house 7 Tremont 

Goodale William H. clerk. Post Office, house 78 Cross 

Goodale William W. machinist, house 63 Lawrence 

Goodell Betsey, widow, boards 26 Cabot. 

Goodell Harlan P. clerk, 47 Central, boards Highland 

Goodell Jotham, fireman, house 26 Cabot 

Goodhue Charles W. {Peabody, Goodhue 8^ To.), machinist, boards 

4 Bangs block, Railroad 
Goodhue David H. police, house 63 Boott corporation 
Goodhue Jason (^Howe ^ (?.), 90 & 92 Market, house 82 Third, 

Centralville 
Goodhue Mitchell, laborer, house 322 Merrimae 
Goodhue Ozias, carpenter, house 63 Button 

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Goodhue Sarah, widow, house River, Centralville 

Goodrich Alson S. boarding-house, 30 Tremont corporation 

Goodroe Charles, laborer, house 45 Salem 

Goodroe David G. carpenter, house 37 Salem 

Goodroe Felix, boards Rolf, near Broadway 

Goodroe Mary Mrs. boards 92 Middlesex 

Goodspeed Sylvanus P. (ZT W. Hilton S,- Co.), house Third, cor. 

Fremont, Centralville 
Goodwin Benj W. moulder, house 286 Middlesex 
Goodwin Charles, machinist, boards 70 L. M. S. corporation 
Goodwin Clarendon, carpenter, boards 7 Lawrence 
Goodwin Edwin, house 7 Lawrence 
Goodwin George 0. shoemaker, boards rear 32 Race 
Goodwin George P. clerk, 44^ Merrimac, house 29 Bartlett 
Goodwin John A. postmaster, treas. Hor. R. R. h. 143 E. Mer. 
Goodwin Leonard Mrs. house rear 32 Race 
Goodwin Lucinda, widow, boards 18 Mass. corporation 
Goodwin Milton, shoemaker, house 44 Paige 
Goodwin Oscar R. oiler, boards rear 32 Race 
Goodwin Owen, laborer, boards 2 William 
Goodwin Sarah Jane, widow, house 131 Middlesex 
Googins Benjamin L. carpenter, house 12 South Highland 
Googins Charles H. student, boards 12 South Highland 
Gookin Daniel, carriagemaker, boards 2 Middlesex place 
Gookins Daniel, spinner, house rear 28 Fayette 
Gookins Jerome, stonecutter, boards 109 Middlesex 
Gookins Nathaniel, stonecutter, house 109 Middlesex 
Gorden Jeanette Miss, boarding-house, 75 Middle 
Gordon Allen D. machinist, house 9 East Merrimac 
Gordon Ann, widow, house 46 Church 
Gordon Charles, laborer, boards Porter, corner Westford 
Gordon Benjamin, stonecutter, boards 26 Appleton corporation 
Gordon {Daniel If.) & Currier (J. B.), coffin warehouse and 

picture frames, 23 Prescott, boards 18 Hurd 
Gordon Ellen Miss, house rear Tilden 
Gordon Eugene, machinist, boards Westford, corner Grand 
Gordon Frank L. boards 78 Central 
Gordon James, overseer, house 68 Boott corporation 
Gordon Margaret Mrs. house 51 Middle 
Gordon Mary, widow, house 25 Boott corporation 
Gordon Sarah A. Mrs. periodicals, 78 Central, house do. 
Gordon Silas D. spinner, house 159 Merrimac corporation 
Gordon Stetson L. machinist, house 35 Fifth, Centralville 
Gordon William L. chairmaker, boards 76 Dutton 
Gordon Mrs. widow, house 84 South 
Gorgan John, laborer, house 152 Lowell 
Gorham John F. currier, boards Manchester 
Gorman Bernard, colormixer, house 27 William 

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Gorman Bryan, tailor, house Lincoln place 
Grorman Catharine, widow, house 19 Davidson 
Gorman Daniel, blacksmith, house 35 Summer 
Gorman Frank, carder, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 
Gorman Henry, machinist, boards 23 Hamilton corporation 
Gorman James, laborer, boards 3 Fenwick 
Gorman Mary Miss, house 13 Summer 
Gorman Maurice, laborer, house 136 Lawrence 
Gorman Michael, laborer, house 98 Adams 
Gorman Thomas, laborer, house 6 Edgerley's court 
Gorman Thomas, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
Gormley Ann, widow, house 4 Shaw's block. East Pine 
Gormley Francis, spinner, house Tyler's block, Centralville 
Gormley John, laborer, house 52 Gorham 
Gormley Patrick, variety store, 15 Hancock avenue, house do. 
Gorton Daniel, house 4 Stackpolc 
Goss William H. chairmaker, boards 51 Gushing 
Gotham Charles H. machinist, boards 8 Union 
Gotham Henry, millwright, house 69 High 
Gotham James M. express messenger, boards 69 High 
Gott Jane, widow, boards 3 Suffolk corporation 
(rott Jolm, operative, boards 38 Worthen 
Gould Alfred B. cabinetmaker, boards 49 Central 
Gould Andrew F. teamster, house 144 School 
Gould Ernest L. machinist, boards 1 Pearl 
Gould George, spinner, house 69 Lawrence corporation 
Gould Elsie, widow, boards 85 Broadway 

Gould George E. watchman, N. & L. R. R. boards 110 Howard 
Gould H. E. chairmaker, boards 4 Appleton corporation 
Gould Jarel, overseer spinner, house 83 Lawrence corporation 
Gould John, house 290 Middlesex 
Gould Jonathan, carpenter, house River (Road, Dracut 
Gould Lavina T. widow, boards 82 Lawnence corporation 
Gould Sumner S. machinist, house 64 Moody 
Gould Warren F. machinist, boards 82 Lawrence corporation 
Goulding Barftey, finisher, boards 35 Bleachery 
Goulding Henry, laborer, house rear 18 William 
Goulding Robert, slater, 54 Button, house 83 Broadway 
Gove {Dana B.) & Kidder {John), provisions, 166 Merrimac, 
house 8 Merrimac corporation [237 do. 

Gove David & Co. (,/. /. Donovan), grocer, 227 Central, house 
Gove Morrill C. machinist, house 15 Smith 
Gove Winthrop, carpenter, house 22 Oak 
Gowan Sarah Miss, house 149 Moody 
Goward Francis & Z. real-estate agents, house 71 Summer 
Goward Zephaniah {F. Sf Z. Goward), house 112 Appleton 
Grace Charles Rev. assist. St. Patrick's Church, h. Fenwick 
Grady Charles, clerk, 47 Lowell, boards 88 Salem 

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Grady George 0. boilermaker, house 64 Charles 

Grady James, Bleaehery, house 2 Livingston 

Grady John, foundryman, house Graham, corner West Union 

Grady John 0. laborer, boards 230 Middlesex 

Grady Joseph, machinist, house 3 Maiden lane 

Grady Mary, widow, hoase rear 80 Lowell 

G-rady Michael, laborer, house 51 Fenwick 

Grady Patrick, butcher, 139 Lowell, house 4 Suffolk court 

Graham Charles, laborer, boards 14 Lowell 

Graham Frederick, moulder, house 68 L. M. S. corporation 

Graham George, calico-printor, house 14 Fayette 

Graham James, Hamilton Print Works, house 26 Water 

Graham Patrick, laborer, house Parker's block. River, Centralville 

Granger Leon, operative, house Decatur 

Grant Aaron 11. overseer yard, house 51 Boott corporation 

G-rant Alexander, machinist, house 4 Mechanic 

Grant Hugh J. sexton, St. Peter's Church, house 114 East Merrimac 

Grant John, laborer, house 32 Union 

Grant Patrick, laborer, house Dummer, near Lowell 

Grant Thomas, machinist, house rear 31 Lagrange 

Grant watchman, boards 22 Appleton corporation 

Graves Anna IM. widow, house. Ninth, Centralville 
Graves Charles S. conductor, Stony B. R. R. house 11 Grand 
Graves Orville I), machinist, house 5 Tyler 
Graves Simeon H. blacksmith, house 51 Lawi'ence corporation 
-Gray Albert, carpenter, house 44 Dummer 
(jrray Catharine Mrs. house 4 Winter 

Gray Daniel S. provisions, 205 Central, h. Liberty, n. Smith 
Gray Edwin M. machinist, boards 5 East Merrimac 
Gray Frank, baker, boards 346 Gorham 
Gray George, cabinetmaker, boards 263 Central 
Gray George H. Mrs. nurse, boards 191 Central 
Gray James, laborer, house 6 Swift 
Gray John, machinist, boards 290 Central 
Gray John, laborer, house 49 Fenwick 
Gray Michael, finisher, house 8 Whipple 
Gray Patrick, laborer, house 57 River, Centralville 
Gray Peter, laborer, house 185 Lawrence 
Gray Peter, clerk, boards 8 William 
Gray William, carder, boards Lawrence, near Grove 
Gray WilHam C house 6 Church 
Gi-ay William D. stonecutter, house 5 East Merrimac 
Gray William H. boarding-house, 26 Suffolk corporation 
Gray Mrs. widow, house 8 William 
Greathead Ann, widow, house 7 Ci'osby 
Greathead Benjamin, machinist, house 7 Crosby 
Greaves Isabella, widow, house 332 Merrimac 
Greeley jMartha, widow, house 33 South 

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Grreeley Peletiah M. carpenter, house 20 Massachusetts corporation 

Green Albert T. carder, house 61 Massachusetts corporation 

Green Amos, overseer, house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 

Green Amos, wheelwright, rear 292 Middlesex, house 17 Smith 

Green Andrew, provisions, 75 Charles, house do. 

Green Charles, weaver, boards 56 Massachusetts corporation 

Green Charles, Chase's Mill, house 34 Crosby 

Green David, blacksmith, house 179 Middlesex 

Green Ebenezer D. printer, house 18 Third, Centralville 

Green Edward, carpet-weaver, boards 2 Hale 

Green George, boltmaker, house 10 North 

Green George (Cal.), house 5 Edgerly's court 

Green George T. boards 23 Pawtucket 

Green George W. clothing manufacturer, Preseott, cor. Merriraac, 

house 400 Merrimac 
Green Hannah, widow, house 168 Gorham 
Green Hugh, laborer, house River, near City line, Centralville 
Green Isaac W. laborer, house 3 Parson's court 
Green James, carder, house 64 River, Centralville 
Green James H. overseer, house 12 East Merrimac 
Green Jane, widow, house 36 Lawrence 
Green John, laborer, house Merrill, near Taylor 
Green John, gardener, house 21 Willie 
Green John, overseer, Hamilton Print Works, house 24 do. 
Green John 0. physician. Savings Bank Bl'k, h. 23 Pawtucket 
Green John 0. jr. physician, boards 23 Pawtucket 
Green Joseph, mats and rugs, 2-|- Hale, house do. 
Green Levi P. tailor, house 11 Cady 
Green Lydia Mrs. house 266 Merrimac 
Green Michael, hostler, house 71 Charles 
Green Patrick Mrs. house 51 West Union 
Green Peter, hostler, G. W. Norris's, house 6 Cross 
Green Richard, woolsorter, house 60 River, Centralville 
Green Rufus K. finisher, house 7 Bleachery 

Green Samuel S. machinist and boarding-house, 45 Lawrence corp. 
Green Samuel S. machinist, house 11 Dodge 
Green Sylvia B. boarding-house, 16 Merrimac corporation 
Green William, wool-sorter, house 5 Merrill 
Green William, picker-tender, boards 5 Wamesit court 
Greenhalgh Frederic T. {Howe 8^ G.), 49 Central, boards 27 

Merrimac corporation 
Greenhalgh Thomas Mrs. house 79 East Merrimac 
Greenhalgh William Mrs. house 27 Merrimac corporation 
Greenlaw I. Fletcher, machinist, boards 69 L. M. S. corp. 
Greenleaf Daniel G. constable, 3 Canal Bl'k, Central, h. 34 High 
Greenleaf John, carpenter, Lincoln, cor. Leather, h. London 
Greenleaf Nathan S. house 20 Church 
Greenleaf Wellington T.. carpenter, house Manchester 

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Greenleaf William P. clerk, 132 Merrimac, bds. 43 do. 

Greenwood Alexander, painter, boards 35 South 

Grreenwood Booth, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 

Grreenwood Othello, machinist, boards 15 Floyd 

Greenwood Randolph, machinist, boards 15 Floyd 

Greenwood Samuel ( W. Walker Sf Co.), 80 Lawrence, b. 15 Floyd 

Gregg Thomas, laborer, house 47 Middle 

Gregory Albert, Chase's Mill, boards 248 Gorham 

Gregory William J. finisher, house 9 Suffolk corporation 

Gregware John, cardgrinder, boards 26 Massachusetts corporation 

Greiner John, machinist, boards 14 Appleton corporation 

Greiner Oscar, musician, boards 36 Essex 

Gresley Thomas, laborer, house 59 Lawrence corporation 

Griffin Albert J. cigarmakcr, boards Westford, near Grand 

Griffin Alvah J. house 399 Merrimac 

Griffin Arrick M. sashmaker, boards 2 Appleton corporation 

Griffin Bridget, widow, house 59 River, Centralville 

Griffin Charles, carpenter, house 31 Massachusetts corporation 

Griffin Charles A. shuttlemaker, boards 11 Prospect 

Griffin Charles 0. bookkeeper, 49 Central, boards 31 Mass. corp. 

Griffin George, carpenter, house 12 Butterfield 

Griffin George A. shoemaker, house Bowers 

Griffin George A. jr. law student, 49 Central, h. Bowers, n. Beacon 

Griffin James, laborer, house 62 Adams 

Griffin Jeremiah, woolsorter, house 57 Fenwick 

Griffin John, laborer, house 138 Lowell 

Griffin John, machinist, boards 75 L. M. S. corporation 

Griffin Joseph, stone-mason, house 159 Broadway 

Griffin Joseph B. boots and shoes, 18 John, house 4 Oliver 

Griffin Joseph H. watchman, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 

Griffin Josiah, pumpmaker, boards Charles 

Griffin Josiah E. carpenter, house 61 East Merrimac 

Griffin Michael, laborer, house 59 River, Centralville 

Griffin Patrick, currier, house 55 Gorham 

Griffin Samuel P. fancy goods, 110 Merrimac, house 61 Andover 

Griffin Mrs. widow, house 2 Quigley's alley 

Griffith John {Rugg ^ G.), 77 Merrimac, house 9 Harrison 

Griffith Merrick, overseer, house 2 East Merrimac 

Griffith Stephen, woolsorter, house 158 Lowell 

Griggs Julius H. painter, boards 33 South 

Grimes Andrew, grocer, 122 Lowell, house do. 

Grimes Francis, laborer, house 21 Pond 

Grimes John, foundry, house 22 Lewis 

Grimes Lydia S. widow, boards Lincoln, corner Hale 

Grimes William, dyer, house 287 Middlesex 

Grinlington Mary A. Miss, house 20 Moody 

Griswold Henry D. C. Mrs. house 1 Common 

Grizzley Edward, clerk, boards 53 Massachusetts corporation 

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€rroom James, laborer, house 95 Adams 

Groom John, laborer, house 91 Adams 

Grosvenor Jonathan P. patentee, house 5 Butterfield 

Grout Orra A. widow, boards 12 Fifth, Centralville 

Grove George, cigarmaker, boards 5 Jackson 

Grover Ariston, steel-letter-cutter, 23 Walnut, house do. 

Grover Josiah, fruit and confectionery, 47 Merrimac, house do. 

Grover William R. letter-cutter, boards 23 Walnut 

Grush Joseph S. house Hale, near Howard 

Guerin Hubert, laborer, house 158 Central 

Guild Alonzo J. carder, house 35 Essex 

Guild Charles M. paymaster U. S. N. house 10 Nesmith 

Guild Henry C. clerk, house 102 Appleton 

Guion Charles S. bds. 7 Merrimac corporation 

Gulliland Alexander M. machinist, house Coburn, Centralville 

Guptill William, carpenter, house 28 Linden 

Guthrie Mary, widow, boards 28 Gorham 

Guthrie Patrick, laborer, house 28 Gorham 

Guthrie Patrick, laborer, house 86 Suffolk 

Guyton James, laborer, house 64 Gorham 

Guyton Patrick, laborer, house 4 Dempsey's yard 

Gwinn Lizzie R. {Danfortli ^ C.), millinery, 107 Merrimac 

HACKETT ALFRED, carpenter, house 52 Tyler [Pine 

Hadley Addison (^Fuller 8^ II.), woodturning, h. Westford, c. West 

Hadley Edmund M., Merrimac corp. house 73 do. 

Hadley Elias H. overseer Merrimac, house Wilder, near Broadway 

Hadley Emily D. widow, house 61 East Merrimac 

Hadley George, pistolmaker, house 218 School 

Hadley Harriet A. teacher, bds. 23 Lowell 

Hadley John, livery stable, Worthen, near Merrimac, h. 23 Lowell 

Hadley John E. clerk, Worthen, n. Merrimac, bds. 23 Lowell 

Hadley John L. woolsorter, house 8 Suffolk corp. 

Hadley John W. carpenter, house Lincoln, n. Chelmsford 

Hadley Joshua, carpenter, house Lincoln, n. Chelmsford 

Hadley Joshua M. carpenter, house Lincoln, n. Chelmsford 

Hadley Samuel P. jr. counsellor and clerk Police Court, house 403 

IMerrimac 
Hadlock James, jr. bds. 21 Suffolk corp. 
Hadlock William, laborer, house 45 Chapel 
Hagar Dinah, widow, bds. 4 Lowell corp. 
Haggerty Hannah, house Marion, n. Cross 
Haggerty James, spinner, bds. 6 Molloy's court 
Haggerty Patrick, bleacher, bds. 35 Bleachery 
Haggerty Philip P. clerk, Post-office, house 12 Nesmith 
Haggerty William Mrs. house 6 Molloy's court 
Haggett Albert A. clerk, Middlesex Mill, house 41 Chestnut 
Haggett Allen Mrs. house 8 High 

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Haggett Helen A. teachei*, bds. 8 High 

Haggett John, soapmaker, house 19 Charles 

Haggett John H. finisher, bds. 19 Charles 

Hague Joseph, file-grinder, house 28 Rock 

Haigh Fred, overseer, bds. 263 Central 

Haigh Sarah, widow, bds. 44 L. M. S. corp. 

Haigh Thomas, loomfixer, bds. 263 Central 

Haines Franklin A. teamster, house 63 East Merrimac 

Halaey William, laborer, house r. 4 Livingston 

Hale Bernice S. & Son (/. B. H), vsilk-eovered wire manuf. and 
worsted braids, Wamesit Power Co. house 27 Cady 

Hale Frances W. Mrs. house 24 Front, Centralville 

Hale James B. (B. S. H. ^ Son), Wamesit Power Co. b. 27 Cady 

Hale Mark, bobbinmaker, bds. 13 Hamilton corp. 

Hale Martin, bobbinmaker, bds. 72 Appleton 

Hale Mary J. restorator. Northern depot, bds. 4 Marshall 

Hale Sarah J. Mrs. house 220 Central 

Hale Thomas J. foreman, Parker & Nichols, house 4 S. Franklin ct. 

Hale , house Parker's block, Bridge, Centralville 

Haley Andrew, laborer, house 34 William 

Haley Anthony, Middlesex, house 32 William 

Haley Edward, laborer, house 3 Pearl 

Haley Hugh, laborer, bds. 2 William 

Haley Jeremiah Mrs. house 237 Gorham 

Haley William, spinner, bds. 51^ Lowell 

Hall Alanson, watchman, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Hall (Albert B.) & Woods (Chas. E.), dry-goods, 138 Mer- 
rimac, house 147 East Merrimac 

Hall Albert P. (Calvin Sf A. P. Hall), 77 Church, house 41 do. 

Hall Alfred J. carpenter, house 1 Goward place 

Hall Alonzo A. tailor, 222 Merrimac, bds. 113 do. 

Hall Asa, house 58 Bartlett 

Hall Calvin & A. P. grocers, 77 Church, house 41 do. 

Hall Charles L. Mrs. house 2 Wamesit court 

Hall Dyer, finisher, house 20 Bleachery 

Hall Eben K. weaver, bds. 28 Boott corp. 

Hall Edgar A. carpenter, house 20 Adams 

Hall Elisha, overseer, house 154 Gorham 

Hall George, dresser, bds. 3 Suffolk corp. 

Hall George 0. eno-ineer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Hall Harriet J. widow, bds. 34 Lawrence 

Hall Hiram N. moulder, house 53 Elliott 

Hall John, carder, bds. 175 Merrimac corp. 

Hall John C. woolsorter, house 39 Church 

Hall Loren, folder, bds. 26 Suffolk corp. 

Hall Luther, operative, bds. 61 Lawrence corp. 

Hall Mark, weaver, bds. r. 53 Charles 

Hall Mary A. millinery, 5 Welles' block, bds. 113 Merrimac 

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Hall Robert L. cabinetmaker, house School, n. Gold 

Hall Samuel, moulder house 34 Fayette 

Hall Samuel, moulder, house 26 L. M. S. corp. 

Hall Zachariah D. weaver, bds. 28 Boot tcorp. 

Hallan Margaret, widow, bds. 173 Gorham 

Hallas Charles, loorafixer, bds. 263 Central 

Halleran Jane, widow, house 90 Moody 

Halleran John, spinner, house 90 Moody 

Halleran Kobert, clerk, b. 90 Moody 

Hallett Marsena, shoemaker, house 11 Waixen 

Hallett Milo G. jeweller, 153 Central, house 26 Cady 

Hallett Sarah, clerk, 93 Central, bds. 11 Warren 

Hallinan Charles, house 5 Crosby 

Hallisy John, laborer, bds. 29 Fenwick 

Hallowell Albert, machinist, h. 47 Fayette 

Hallowell Charles E. machinist, house 65 Boott corp. 

Hallowell Daniel P. carriagesmith, house 218 Central 

Hallowell Samuel G. farmer, house Bridge, n. Dracutline, Cent. 

Hallowell Wm. brassfinisher, bds. 119 Central 

Hallowell William, weaver, bds. 5 Suffolk corp. 

Hallowell William G. carriage painter, bds. 54 Middlesex 

Hal pin Alice, widow, house 9 Water 

Halpin Bernard, dyer, house Wall 

Halpin Francis, laborer, bds. 9 Water. 

Halpin John, Lowell Machine Shop Foundry, house 9 Water 

Halpin Nicholas, tanner, house 9 Water 

Halpin Patrick, laborer, house Dutton 

Halpin Patrick, spinner, house 22 William 

Halpin William, laborer, house 5 Knowles place 

Halstead Kobert, block-printer, house 25 High 

Halstead William H. woolsorter, bds. 190 Central 

Halsted Henry, American Bolt Co. house head of Livingston 

Halsworth Daniel, bds. 170 Gorham 

Ham John G. mason, house Seventh, n. Bridge, Centralville 

Ham Joseph, blacksmith, house 1 Madison 

Hamer John W. & Co. {J. Turner^, machinists, Howe, b. 29 High 

Hamer Micah, Stott's Mill, Howe, house 66 Lawrence 

Hamblet Gilbert, carpenter, house 8 Ford 

Hamblet Jesse, butcher, house Middlesex, n. Chelmsford line 

Hamblet Joseph, carpenter, boarding-house, 138 Merrimac corp. 

Hamblet Mary, widow, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Hamblet Peleg B. stone layer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Hamblet Theodore, farmer, house River road, Dracut 

Hamblet Warren C. (^Lamson, Rogers, ^ Co.), house at North 

Chelmsford 
Hamilton Edward, variety store, 296 Merrimac, house do. 
Hamilton Ellen, widow, house 340 Merrimac 
Hamilton John, harness-tier, house north side of Varney 

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Hamilton John C. machinist, bds. north side of Varney 

Hamilton Mary H. music teacher, house" 51 Lawrence corp. 

Hamilton Thomas, machinist, bds. Varney 

Hamilton William R. machinist, bds. Varney 

Hamlin Fanny, milliner, bds. 28 Charles 

Hammill Patrick Mrs. bds. 3 Lowell corp. 

Hanarin Thomas, laborer, house 11 Adams 

Hancock Forest E. clerk, 80 Lawrence, bds. 156 Moody 

Hancock Levi, produce dealer, house First, n. Bridge 

Hancock Sarah G. widow, house 156 Moody 

Hand George W. stone mason, house Pawtucket, West Walker 

Hand Henry M. V. B. shifter, Northern depot, bds. 49 Gushing 

Hand Horace, fireman B. & L. R. R. bds. Gushing 

Handlen Samuel, boilermaker, house 79 Gharles 

Handley Francis, laborer, house 7 McGarry's court 

Handley Hannah Mrs. house 10 Adams 

Handley John, carder, house Front, Centralville 

Handley Mary, widow, house 72 Lowell 

Handley Patrick, laborer, house 87 Gharles 

Handley Sophronia J. dressmaker, house 1 Boott corp. / 

Hanley Daniel, laborer, bds. 168 Gorham 

Hanley John, laborer, bds. 168 Gorham 

Hanks Stedman W. Rev. house 6 Kirk 

Hannafin John, laborer, house 19 Adams' block, Adams 

Hannafin John, laborer, house 102 Suffolk 

Hannafin Morris, laborer, house 14 Gharles 

Hannaford Geo. machinist, bds. 33 Mass. corp. 

Hannaford Mary and Martha, house Somerset, n. Queen 

Hannaford William, machinist, h. 1 SuflEblk corp. 

Hannigan Dennis, spinner, house 20 North 

Hannigan Owen, laborer, house 76 Gharles 

Hannigan Peter, laborer, house 67 Gharles 

Hanover Terrance, undertaker, house 48 West Union 

Hanrahan Margaret, widow, house 21 Summer 

Hansbm-y James, blacksmith, house 17 William 

Hansbury John, blacksmith, house 16 Adams, Franklin sq. 

Hansbury Martin, laborer, house r. 18 Lowell 

Hanscom Maiy, widow, house 13 Austin 

Hanscom Susan Mrs. boarding, house 5 and 6 Tremont corp. 

Hanson Benjamin F. machinist, bds. 3 West's court 

Hanson Benjamin T. Mrs. house 9 Gabot block 

Hanson Gharles. teamster, house 3 West court 

Hanson Gharles H. peddler, bds. 3 West court 

Hanson Gharles W. clerk, house Sixth, Gentralville 

Hanson Enos H. farmer, house 7 East Merrimac 

Hanson Ephraim G. boxmaker, house 37 Branch 

Hanson Frederick A. spinner, bds. 9 Gabot block 

Hanson George, fish dealer, house 203 Middlesex 

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Hanson Hiram, bedstead-maker, bds. 203 Middlesex 

Hanson John S. teamster, bds. Perrin 

Hanson Martha G. Mrs. house 281 Central 

Hanson Mehitable R. widow, bds. 41 Branch 

Hanson Richard R. (Boston), house 408 Merrimac 

Hanson Samuel, bedstead-maker, b. 213 School 

Hanson Wm. H. bedstead-maker, house 4 Adams court 

Hanson Wyman 0. carpenter, house 2 Lagrange court 

Hapgood Edwin, tin peddler, house 24 Chestnut 

Hapgood Ephraim, junk dealer, 43 High, h. 49 do. 

Hapgood Frank W. laborer, bds. 120 Moody 

Hapgood James, house 57 Church 

Hapgood William E. S. painter, house 120 Moody 

Harahan John, machinist, house 26 Lowell 

Harahan Patrick, laborer, bds. 53 Market 

Harbert Andrew, mason, house 7 Knowles place 

Hard Charles F. contractor, Lowell Machine Shop, house 9 L. M. 
S. corporation 

Hard William H. moulder, house 51 L. M. S. corp. 

Hardaker WilHam, woolsorter, house r. 46 Charles 

Hardell , Mrs. house 2 Luther's court 

Harding Darius Mrs. boarding-house, 72 Lawrence corp. 

Harding David, overseer, house 124 Merrimac corp. 

Harding Esther, widow, house 48 Church 

Harding Nathaniel, spinner, house 119 Merrimac corp. « 

Harding Oliver M. overseer, house 76 Boott corp. 

Harding Sarah Miss, house 1 Tremont corp. 

Hardrnan Mary E. teacher, bds. 83 Merrimac corp. 

Hardman Wm. librarian Mechanics' Association, house 83 Merri- 
mac corporation 

Hardy Chas. E. carpenter, bds. 87 Howard 

Hardy Daniel E. cook, bds. 175 Middlesex 

Hardy Harvey C. sashmaker, bds. 49 Cushing 

Hardy Henry P. machinist, bds. 360 Merrimac 

Hardy Hollis, hostler, Worthen, n. Lowell, bds. 23 Lowell 

Hardy Joseph W. watchman, L. M. S. house 103 Howard 

Hardy Philip {Gohurn ^ H.), shuttle manuf. h. 73 Middle 

Hardy Robert, currier, house Manchester 

Hardy William, moulder, bds. 283 Middlesex 

Hardy William J. clerk, 7 John, house 47 Bartlett 

Hargin Daniel, tailor, house 59 River, CentralviUe 

Hargrave William, operative, bds. 31 Hamilton corp. 

Harkins Edward, laborer, house 25 Union 

Harkins Elizabeth, widow, house 96 Lowell 

Harkins Hugh, boilermaker, house 60 Lewis 

Harkins Michael (S. C), house River, n. City line, CentralviUe 

Harley William, superintendent Hamilton Manuf. Co. 

Harlow Churchill, operative, bds. 18 Appleton corp. 

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Harlow George H. gunsmith, bds. 18 Pawtucket 

Harlow Lucy, widow, bds. Liberty, c. Powell 

Harlow Noah R. paymaster, Locks and Canals, house Pawtucket, 

north of Moody 
Harmon Abram B. machinist, bds. 3 Tremont corp. 
Harmon Charles L. machinist, bds. 41 Essex 
Harmon Daniel, laborer, house 31 Fenwick 
Harmon James M. physician, Welles' block, h. 31 Union 
Harmon Moses M. carpenter, City-hall avenue, house 75 Middle 
Harnden Edwin, expressman, house 30 Cabot 
Harnden Samuel, at Sargent & Co.'s Express, house 11 Clay 
Harney Catharine, widow, house 15 Cedar 
Harney John, machinist, bds. 15 Cedar 
Harper Alexander, periodicals, 146tpentral 
Harper Henry, painter, house 275 Mfeddlesex 
Harper James, overseer, Massachusetts Mill, house 20 Fifth 
Harper Mary, widow, house 111 East Merrimac 
Harrigan John, 1 and 2 Commercial square, house 9 Chapel 
Harrigan Thomas, laborer, house Front, Centralville 
Harrington Bridget, widow, boards 15 Winter 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, house rear 86 Lowell 
Harrington Frank, Dugdale's Mill, house 32 Crosby 
Harrington Henry, bobbinmaker, bds. 135 Merrimac corporation 
Harrington James, Middlesex, house 41 Market 
Harrington James, laborer, house Thorndike, cor. Madison 
Harrington Jeremiah, boards 9 Kidder 
Harrington Jeremiah, laborer, house 237 Grorham 
Harrington Jeremiah, laborei-, house 43 Lowell 
Harrington John, laborer, house 74 Lowell 
Harrington Margaret, widow, house 18 Summer 
Harrington Margaret, widow, boards 9 Carpet lane 
Harrington Margaret, widow, house 18 Howe 
Harrington Mary, widow, house 9 Kidder 
Harrington Michael, stone-cutter, house 19 Summer 
Harrington Michael, machinist, boards 9 Kidder 
Harrington Michael, laborer, house rear 35 Fenwick 
Harrington Patrick, boards 74 Lowell 
Harrington Philip, machinist, boards 51i Lowell 
Harrington Thomas, currier, house 5 Spring , 

Harrington Thomas, laborer, house 41 Market 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, house 18 Davidson 
Harrington William, rag gatherer, house 17 Winter 
Harris Allen, loomfixer, bds. 27 Suffolk corporation 
Harris Eliza Mrs. teacher, boards 39 Church 
Harris Eugene N. watchman, boards 43 Lawrence corporation 
Harris Francis, laborer, house 26 Cedar 
Harris Frank, spinner, boards 3 Tremont corporation 
Harris Gleorge, finisher, house Grray place 

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Harris George E. clerk, 368 Merrimac, boards 14 Cabot 

Harris George L. overseer, house 175 Moody 

Harris George W. loom-harness, Lawrence Corporation, h. 78 do. 

Harris Henry, woollen spinner, house 9 Tremont corporation 

Harris Henry H. weaver, house 14 Lowell corporation 

Harris H. overseer, house 18 Lawrence corporation 

Harris John, starch-boiler, house 29 Cedar 

Harris Mary, widow, house 57 East Merrimac 

Harris Sarah F. widow, boards 14 Cabot 

Harris William, painter, Tremont, h. Pearl, n. Bow, Centralville 

Harrison Ansel, baler, boards 83 Merrimac corporation 

Harrison James, music-teacher, house 27 Kirk 

Harrison Joseph, weaver, house 9 Prospect 

Harrison Joseph, Prescott, hou^e 116 East Merrimac 

Harrison William, laborer, house 93 Fayette 

Hart Alfred A. cabinetmaker, house 19 Queen 

Hart Almira Mrs. boarding-house, 70 L. M. S. corp. 

Hart Andrew, Middlesex, house 21 Clay 

Hart Charles, weaver, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 

Hart Cornelius, laborer, house 1 Lowell place 

Hart Edward, fuller, house 27 Walnut 

Hart Henry, confectioner, boards 101 Central 

Hart James W. sashmaker, house 8 South Franklin court 

Hart Jane, widow, house 99 East Merrimac 

Hart Michael, stone-cutter, bds. 230 Middlesex 

Hart Patrick, laborer, house 10 Congress 

Hart Thomas, mason, house rear 19 Dummer 

Hart Thomas, blacksmith, house 2 Garnet 

Hart William, laborer, house 45 Fenwick 

Hartford Dudley, stonecutter, boards 6 Bangs' block 

Hartford Hiram E. dresser, boards 13 Tremont corporation 

Hartford Mark, bobbinmaker, house 229 Middlesex 

Harfcigan Thomas, laborer, house 35 Bleachery 

Hartley Henry, peddler, house 21 Warren 

Hartley Henry A. clerk (Boston), boards 21 Warren * 

Hartnett Michael, carder, house 49 Biver, Centralville 

Hartney Jeremiah, stonecutter, boards 192 Middlesex 

Hartshorn Edward, clerk, 48 Merrimac, house 48 Tyler 

Hartwell Ira, overseer yard, house 25 Suffolk corporation 

Hartwell James D. {Cheney ^ ^), 251 Merr. h. 135 Moody 

Harvey Alice, widow, house 24 George 

Harvey Charles H. clerk, 30 Merrimac, bds. 21 Boott corp. 

Harvey Eben A. boots and shoes, 7 Canal block, h. 16 Tyler 

Harvey George D. boxmaker, house 45 Fletcher 

Harvey Hugh, Bleachery, house 6 Congress 

Harvey Ira M. cardgrinder, boards 63 Massachusetts corporation 

Harvey James A. clerk, 7 Canal block, boards 16 Tyler 

Harvey John, laborer, house rear 68 Moody 

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Harvey Joseph, blacksmith, house 85 Merrimac corporation 

Harvey Mary, widow, house 11 William 

Harvey Michael, laborer, boards 11 William 

Harvey Samuel W. milkman and boarding-house, 4 Appleton corp. 

Harvey William Mrs. boarding-house, 21 Boott corporation 

Harwood Clara W. bookkeeper, 90 Market, house 40 High 

Harwood Isaac, machinist, house 20 Race 

Harwood Rufus, teamster, house Pine, cor. Westford 

Hascox John, Middlesex, house lower end Water 

Haseltine Geo. W. carpenter, house 88 South 

Haseltine Mary Mrs. house 299 Central 

Hasey Edward W. teamster, house 23 Smith 

Hasey Henry H. carder, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 

Haskell Charles T. {Trumbull Sf ff.),m Prescott, h. 8 Cady 

Haskell Gardner, cabinetmaker, house 7 S. Franklin court 

Haskell Job H. stencilmaker, 13 Middle, house 226 Central 

Haskell Meigs, weaver, boards 16 Appleton corporation 

Haskell Myron E. section-hand, boards 16 Appleton corporation 

Haskell Theodore B. machinist, house 9 Lagrange 

Haskell William, photographist, boards 13 Massachusetts corp. 

Hassey William, loomfixer, boards 100 Market 

Hastings Geo. W. clerk, Blood & Mitchell's, h. 20 Adams, F. S. 

Hastings , carpenter, house Pearl, Centralville 

Hatch Albert, watchman, house 166 Suffolk 

Hatch Alfred A. travelling agent, house 190 Central 

Hatch Andrew J. shoemaker, house rear River, Centralville 

Hatch Ballard, paper-carrier, house 10 Warren 

Hatch Charles F. clerk, 133 Central, boards 70 High 

Hatch Ebenezer L. shoemaker, h. Second, n. Bridge, Centralville 

Hatch Frederick (Boston), boards 190 Central 

Hatch George S. harnessmaker, 46 Central, house 38 High 

Hatch George S. carpenter, house 30 Church 

Hatch Heman, picker, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 

Hatch Lizzie and Laura J. Misses, house 190 Central 

Hatch Moses M. blacksmith, h. r. Thorndike, opp. South Common 

Hatch William, machinist, boards 101 Central 

Hatch William T. laborer, house 33 Tremont 

Hatkins Lucia Miss, house 25 George 

Hauver Jacob, carpenter, house 100 Merrimac corp. 

Haviland Bernard, filecutter, boards 11 JejBferson 

Haviland (Francis N.J.) k, Brother (Thomas P.), provisions, 

Lowell, c. Lewis, house 11 Jefferson 
Haviland John, machinist, boards 11 Jefferson 
Haviland Patrick, house 11 Jefferson 

Haviland Thomas P. (Haviland S^ Bro.), provisions, h. 271 Merr. 
Hawkes Andrew N. shoemaker, 300 Central, house 5 Hudson 
Hawley Almira, widow, boards 6 Wamesit court 
Haworth Thomas, weaver, house 86 Merrimac corporation 

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Hay Eliza Miss, house 1 Tremont corporation 

Haydea Albert J. (Boston), boards Fletcher, corner Dane 

Hayden Alfred P. Mrs. house Coburn, n. River, Centralville 

Hayden Charles F. stonecutter, house 58 West Union 

Hayden Ephraim F. baker, house Fletcher, cor. Dane 

Hayden George A. boards 93 Howard 

Hayden George A. bartender, Lafayette House, boards do. 

Hayden Rufus N. house 93 Howard 

Hayes Andrew, laborer, house 22 Winter' 

Hayes Bridget, widow, house rear 35 Fenwick 

Hayes Dexter, teamster, house Albro block, Gushing 

Hayes Jeremiah, laborer, house 29 Fenwick 

Hayes John F. tinsmith, boards 1 Chapel 

Hayes John, laborer, house Maiden lane 

Hayes Joseph R. apothecary, 18 Central, house 12 Stackpole 

Hayes Mary, widow, house 126 Lowell 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, house 100 Suffolk 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, house Donahoe's court 

Hayes Patrick, mariner, boards 126 Lowell 

Hayes William, house 1 Chapel 

Haynes Alvin F. machinist, house 30 Essex 

Haynes Anna, widow, house 16 Third 

Haynes Daniel E. shoemaker, 25 Suffolk, bds. 33 do. 

Haynes George, Merrimac corporation, house 61 do. 

Haynes John M. expressman, boards 27 Hamilton corporation 

Hayward Clark, painter, house 31 Chestnut 

Hayward Sarah, widow, house 2 South Highland 

Hayward William H. Rev. house 15 Hurd 

Haywood James, pingrinder, boards 206 Central 

Hazen Carlos, clerk, house 24 Third, Centralville 

Hazen Whitemore D. woodworker, bds. 62 L. M. S. corp. 

Head Mary, widow, house 16 Fayette 

Heafley Edward, chemist, boards 420 Merrimac 

Heald A[ W. teamster, house 7 Wamesit court 

Heald Alfred, carpenter, boards 113 Central 

Heald Jeremiah W. carpenter, boards 113 Central 

Heald John, confectionery, 1 Merrimac 

Heald Samuel, farmer, boards 7 Wamesit court 

Heald Samuel M. carpenter and boarding-house, 4 Hamilton corp. 

Heald Sarah M. widow, house 64 Moody 

Heald Sybil, widow, boards 86 Warren 

Healey David, house 19 Fourth, Centralville 

Healey David, jr. overseer, house 19 Fourth, Centralville 

Healey Henry, engraver, Merrimac P. W. h. 45 Merr. corp. 

Healey James, blockprinter, house 20 Fayette 

Healey Joseph C, Merrimac Corporation, house 55 do. 

Healey Margaret, widow, house 66 Suffolk 

Heath Daniel, watchman, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 

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Heath Edwin C. dresser, bouse 35 Hamilton corporation 

Heath Elbridge Gr. machinist, house 5 Mclntire 

Heath Hannah C. widow, boards 41 Charles 

Heath Samuel D. {Bailey ^ Heath), Gorham, near Middlesex, 

house 59 Massachusetts corporation 
Heath Sarah, widow, boards 30 Tremont corporation 
Heathwood Thomas, Lafayette House, Middlesex, n. Walker 
Heaton James, dyer, house 4 Clark's court 
Hebberd D. W. C. machinist, boards Merrimac House 
Hedge Levi, chief clerk, Post-office; boards Washington House 
Hedriek George, U. S. dep. collector, and pianofories, 36 Central, 

house Andover, near Park 
Hedriek George C. clerk, bds. Andover n. Park 
Heeans Patrick, weaver, Middlesex, house Pleasant, c. Pond 
Heeren Patrick, laborer, house rear 347 Merrimac 
Heffernan Ann, widow, boards 4 George 
HefFernan Mary, widow, house 61 Lowell 
Heffernan Mary, widow, house 155 Lowell 
HefFren Patrick, operative, house Lowell, near Hanover 
Heland Hannah, grocer, 24 Adams, house do. 
Heland James, blacksmith, house 12 William 
A Hellewell Tempest, overseer, house 109 River, Centralville 

HelliweU John, overseer, house 28 Hamilton corporation 
Heman Mark, finisher, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Hemenway Marshall, grocer, 221 Central, house 125 Gorham 
Hemingway Jos. H. cigai-maker, 52 Central, bds. 52 Bartlett 
Hemmenway Elizabeth W. Mrs. house 22 Moody 
Hemmenway Lorenzo F. carpet-works, boards 22 Moody 
Henbury Martin, baker, house 18 North 
Hendee Mary, widow, boards 105 Gorham 
Henderson Mary A. widow, boarding-house, 7 Hamilton corp. 
Henderson Paris K. laborer, boards 20 SuflPjlk corporation 
Henderson Sarah J. boarding-house, 2 Lowell corporation 
Henderson Shepard F. wood-dealer, house 20 Suffolk corporation 
Henderson William, Lowell Machine Shop, house r. Congress, n. 

Hale's Mill 
Hendrick Lawi-ence, laborer, house Stevens, near City line 
Hennessy Daniel, laborer, house 22 Lowell 
Hennessy John, laborer, house 60 Adams 
>(y-*-tXD Henry Daniel E. carpenter, house 84 Church 

Henry John, laborer, house r. 43 River, Centralville 

Henry Terrance, cabinetmaker, 26 Gorham, h. 55 Hamilton blook 

Henwright Michael, laborer, house 87 Charles 

Henwi'ight Patrick, laborer, boards 87 Charles 

Heon Mary, widow, house 279 Middlesex 

Heon Sevrie, carder, hou.se 279 Middlesex 

Herrick Edward S. variety store, 288 Merrimac, house do. 

Herriek Sarah, seamstress, house 65 Worthen, L. M. S. corp. 

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Herrick Wilbur, machinist, boards 43 L. M. S. corp. 

Hersey Amos J. (California), house 2 Evans' block 

Hersey Ann, widow, house 60 L. M. S. corporation 

Hersey Franklin J. carpenter, boards 2 Evans block, Railroad 

Hersey Frederic, telegraph-operator, boards 37 John 

Hersey Hiram Mrs. boarding-house, 37 Boott corporation 

Hesling Michael, spinner, boards rear 3 Tremont 

Hessian Bernard, cardstripper, bds. 46 Paige 

Hessian Michael, laborer, house Tyler's block, Central ville 

Hey wood Amos B. principal Franklin School, bds. 14 Hurd 

Hibbert Charles, machinist, house 67 Gushing 

Hibbert Charles S. machinist, bds. 55 Howard 

Hibbert Ensign, carder, bds. 4 Appleton corp. 

Hibbert George, bobbinmaker, house 55 Howard 

Hibbert Thomas, bobbinmaker, house 67 Gushing 

Hickey James, blacksmith, house 53 Fenwick 

Hickey James, laborer, house 25 North 

Hickey John, laborer, house Thorndilce, e. Hale 

Hickey John, laborer, house 2 Swift 

Hickey Margaret, widow, house 25 North 

Hickey Michael, bootmaker, house 144 Suffolk 

Hickey Patrick, laborer, house 64 Fenwick 

Hickey Patrick, carder, bds. 14 Winter 

Hickey Thomas, spinner, house 26 North 

Hickey Walter, laborer, house 51 Fenwick 

Hicks Albert T. clerk, 47 Central, bds. 5 Ash 

Hicks (i?e«;"a/wm ZT), Richards {Albert D.), & Morton {Reuben 

T.), strengthening and court plasters, 111 Middlesex, house 

5 Ash 
Higgins Anthony, laborer, house 59 Grorham 
Higgins Francis, laborer, house 19 Grreen 
Higgins Geo. cabinetmaker, bds. Westford, c. School 
Higgins James, laborer, house 23 Wamesit 
Higgins James, moulder, bds. 41 L. M. S. corp. 
Higgins John, laborer, house 181 Lawrence 
Hickey John, laborer, house 98 Suffolk 
Higgins Joseph, laborer, house 52 River, Centralville 
Higgins Michael, carder, bds. 82 River, Centralville 
Higgins Orlando M. patternmaker, house 18 Church 
Higgins Patrick, laborer, bds. 51 Lowell 
Higgins William, laborer, house 4 Green 
Higgins William, spinner, house 26 Boott corp. 
Highland Richard, laborer, bds. 14 Lowell 
Hight Ilan.son H. clerk, 64 Merrimac, bds. 50 Moody 
Hight Randall S. watchman, house 124 Central 
Hilborn Wm. H. bds. Washington House 
Hildreth Abigail, widow, house 192 Gorham 
Hildreth Albert G. house First, n. Bridge 

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Hildretb Charles L. foreman L. M. S. bouse 5 L. M. S. corp. 

Hildreth Dorcas, widow, bds. 22 Marshall 

Hildretb George E. machinist, bds. 127 Cross 

Hildretb Eveline, widow, bouse 127 Cross 

Hildretb (Fisher A.) k Hunt (Charles), printers, Museum build- 
ing, h. Sixth, e. Myrtle, Centralville 

Hildreth Henry A. wire-worker, 10 Central, house 14 do. 

Hildretb Jane H. Mrs. variety store, Bridge, c. Second, b. do. 

Hill Abel T. carpenter, bouse 152 Suffolk 

Hill Ann, widow, bouse 226 Middlesex 

Hill Asa V. music teacher, bouse 25 Willow 

Hill Benjamin C. machinist, bouse 16 Suffolk corp. 

Hill Cyrus F. overseer, bouse 11 Lowell corp. 

Hill David K. (Willoughhy ^ H.), bl Central, bds. 43 Massa- 
chusetts corporation 

Hill David L. machinist, bouse 158 Suffolk 

Hill Dorcas and Lucy Misses, bouse r. 4 Dodge 

Hill Eliza, dressmaker, bouse 76 Church 

Hill Elvira Dike Mrs. house 28 South 

Hill Emeline W. Mrs. variety store, 49 East Merrimac, h. do. 

Hill Epapbras A. wood, Middlesex, c. School, h. 337 Middlesex 

Hill Frank, machinist, bds. 119 Central 

Hill Frank, operative, bds. 31 Hamilton corp. 

Hill Greorge E. (Moidton &,• H.), wood, bouse 35 Gushing 

Hill George F. (Chamberlain ^ j9/7/), blacksmith, Andover, c. 
Pleasant, bouse Forrest 

Hill George W. machinist, bouse 9 Lagrange ct. 

Hill Henry E. cabinet mauuf. 239 Middlesex, bouse 246 do. 

Hill Hosea B. carriagemaker, Pleasant c. Andover, b. 48 Charles 

Hill James, operative, bds. 17 Suffulk corp. 

Hill James E. carpenter, bds. r. Engine House No. 1 

Hill James M. clerk, 6 Central, bds. 43 Mass. corp. 

Hill James R. machinist, bds. 7 Ford 

Hill Jane, widow, bds. 2 Reed's ct. 

Hill John (California), bouse 16 Green 

Hill John B. machinist, bouse 25 Boott corp. 

Hill John H. finisher, bds. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Hill Joseph, tanner, bds. r. Engine House No. 1 

Hill Joseph, overseer, house 63 Merrimac»corp. _-- 

Hill Joshua (Ray ^ H.), upholsterer, 11 Central, h. 66 Lawrence 

Hill Lawrence C. laborer, bds. r. Engine House No. 1 

Hill Lucy A. teacher, bds. 40 Worthen 

Hill Margaret, widow, bouse Dempsey's y.ird 

Hill Marritta, teacher, bds. 25 Willow 

Hill Mary Mrs. bouse r. Engine House No. 1, Central 

Hill Mary A. widow, bds. 47 Mass. corp. 

Hill Mary L. teacher, bds. 40 Worthen 

Hill Nathaniel, Locks and Canals, b. 40 Worthen 

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Hill Nathaniel, jr. bds. 40 Worthen 

Hill Rufus F. blacksmith, h. 11 Smith 

Hill Sally, widow, bds. 19 Smith 

Hill Thomas, woolsorter, h. 7 Spring 

Hill Truman L. clerk, 103 Central, bds. Parker 

Hill Wright L. carriagesmith, h. Stevens, n. Chelmsford 

Hills Alfred M. machinist, b. ,40 Marion 

Hills Eliphalet, woodturner and patternmaker. Mechanics' Mills, 
h. 14 Adams 

Hills George A. (Boston), bds. 20 Tyler 

Hills George D. bookkeeper, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 36 
Worthen 

Hills George H. flour, freight depot, Thorndike, h. 20 Tyler 

Hilton Albert J. machinist, house 62 Moody 

Hilton Elbridge G. shoemaker, h. 5 Crosby 

Hilton Hoyt W. & Co. (S. P. Goodspeed), dry-goods, 36 Mer- 
rimac, h. 43 Bridge, Centralville 

Hilton Lincoln E. painter (B.),bds. 45 Fayette 

Hilton Lucius W. clerk, 36 Merrimac, bds. 43 Bridge, Cent. 

Hilton Robert V. carpenter, bds. 4 Tremont corp. 

Hilton William C. carpenter, h. r. 56 Moody 

Hinch William, laborer, h. 2 Adams 

HinchlifF Alfred, spinner, h. 27 Keene 

HinchclifFe Richard, spinner, h. 77 Charles 

Hinckley Albert L. carpenter, bds. 114 Merrimac corp. 

Hindle Richmond, dyer, h. 18 Linden 

Hindle Robert, dyer, bds. 18 Linden 

Hines Ann, widow, h. 38 Appleton 

Hines Malachi, machinist, bds. 38 Appleton 

Hird Francis, overseer, h. 133 Lawrence 

Hird Joseph, saloon and boarding-house, 78 Market 

Hird William, woolsorter, bds. 9 Tremont 

Hiscox Andrew J. & Co. filecutters. Arch, n. Northern depot, h. 
r. 68 Appleton 

Hirshfield {Herman) & Seaward (^Charles ff.), clothing, 20 Cen- 
tral, h. 29 Willow 

Hiscox Samuel, filecutter, boards 41 Appleton 

Hislop James G. teamster, bds. 8 Grand 

Hoar Catharine, widow, house 16 Davis 

Hoar John, pickertender, house r. 17 Winter 

Hoar Joseph, laborer, house 29 Fenwick 

Hoar Maurice, laborer, house rear 100 Suffolk 

Hoar Michael, wines and liquors, Lowell, c. Dutton, h. do. 

Hoar Samuel, machinist, house 53 Lawrence corp. 

Hobart Anna L. clairvoyant, 4 Middlesex, house do. 

Hobart George W. policeman, house 4 Middlesex 

Hobart Peter, collector, house 25 Kirk 

Hobbs Charles P. carpenter, bds. r. 90 Appleton 

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Hobbs Dwell T. macbinist, bouse 3G L. M. S. corp. 

Hobbs James, boards 40 Third, Centralville 

Hobbs Jobn C. carpenter, house 188 Middlesex [ville 

Hobbs Ruth A. variety store, 71 Merrimac, h. 40 Third, Central- 

Hobbs Stephen, laborer, boards 111 Central 

Hobson George, letter-carrier, Post-office, h. 24 Linden 

Hodder , djer, house 5 Lawrence 

Hodgdon Alvin, fireman, house 30 Lawrence corp. 

Hodgdon Daniel, blacksmith, bds. 5 Burns 

Hodgdon George T. carpenter, 10 Middlesex 

Hodgdon Joseph M., B. & L. R. R. h. Railroad, n. Hale 

Hodgdon Lucinda, dressmaker, house 48 Church 

Hodgdon Samuel G. carpenter, house 50 Cushiog 

Hodge Alvin N. operative, house 332 Merrimac 

Hodge Henry, expre.«sman, house 14 Queen 

Hodge John Mrs. house 5 Dummer 

Hodge John M. shoemaker, h. River road, Dracut 

Hodge William, bleacher, house 37 Worthen 

Hodge William A. spinner, house 8 Lawrence corp. 

Hodgkins Samuel S. weaver, house 47 Boott corp. 

Hodgman Abel Goodrich, wheelwright, Merrimac, near Suffolk, h. 

248 Merrimac 
Hodgman Benj. hats, caps, &c. 30 Central, h. 26 Cady 
Hodgman Simon T. roofer, at J. W. Bennett's, house 6 Bangs' 

block, Railroad 
Hodgman Wra. S. spinner, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. [corp. 

Hodsdon Henry M. confectionary, 52 Central, boards 28 Prescott 
Hogan Dennis, laborer, house 2 Dummer 
Hogan Keron, machinist, boards 22 Spring 
Hogan Michael Mrs. house 14 Marshall 
Hogan Michael, spinner, house John-street avenue 
Hogan Michael, cardstripper, house 6 Salem 
Hogan Patrick, laborer, house rear 15 Dummer 
Hogan Philip, laborer, house 22 Spring 
Hogan Thomas, house 8 Lagrange court 
Hogan William, L. M. S. house 10 Cross 
Hogle John, carpenter, house 35 Tremont 
Holbrook Fred. A., boards 51 East Merrimac 
Holbrook Orella, Emily, and Carrie, Misses, h. 102 High 
Holbrook Sarah Mrs. house 21 Andover 
Holden Ann B. widow, bds. 39 Pawtucket 
Holden Austin (Boston), house 32 Walnut 
Holden Charles A. carpetweaver, bds. 32 Walnut 
Holden Francis A. teacher, boards 30 Race 
Holden Frederick A. gatetender. Locks and Canals, h. 30 Race 
Holden Isaac, nurseryman, house River road, Dracut 
Holden James F. grocer, 105 Middlesex 
Holden John, weaver, boards 86 Market 

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Holden Mary, widow, bds. 44 L. M. S. corp. 
Hqlden Peter, operative, house 35 Salem 
Holden Richard, boards 2 Hale 
Hole Orvin R. machinist, bds. 135 Merrimac corp. 
Holland Daniel, machinist, boards 23 George 
Holland James B. carriage-trimmer, house 12 Cady 
Holland John, laborer, house 3 Quigley's alley 
Holland John W. house 30 Merrimac corp. 
Holland Lewis K. (B.), boards 30 Merrimac corp. 
Holland Margaret, widow, house 94 Lowell 
Holland Mary, widow, house 8 Cross 
Holland Michael, laborer, house 29 Hanover 
Holland Michael, tailor, 3 Prescott Block, h. do. 
Holland Nancy, widow, house 56 Dutton 
Holland Patrick, house 99 Lowell 
Holland Susan, widow, house 51|- Lowell 
Holland Timothy, laborer, house 96 Lowell 
Holleran David, boltmaker, house 6 Appleton 
HoUis James W. teamster, house 24 South 

Hollis , teamster, house 4 Evans' Block, Railroad 

Holman Daniel G. machinist, bds. east end of Pleasant 

Holman John C. machinist, house 1302 Merrimac corp. 

Holmback William, machinist, bds. 41 L. M. S. corp. 

Holmes Andrew J printer, 44 Central, bds. 101 do. 

Holmes Betsey, widow, house 4 Water 

Holmes Betsy, widow, bds. 53 Howard 

Holmes Edwin P. machinist, bds. 29 Hamilton corp. 

Holmes John, clerk, bds. 12 Third, Centralville ^ 

Holmes Mark, carpenter, house 255 School 

Holmes Mark, jr., wood-turner, house 50 Adams 

Holmes Sarah Mrs. boarding-house, 27 Massachusetts corp. 

Holmes Stillman B. painter, house 62 Middlesex 

Holmes William, wood-turner, house 255 School 

Holt Abiel, stonemason, house 23 Willie 

Holt Abiel P. fish market, 202 Middlesex, h. 23 Willie 

Holt Abner D. tinsmith, boards 101 Central 

Holt Abraham, Stott's Mill, house 19 Floyd 

Holt Caroline E. teacher, bds. 430 Merrimac 

Holt Charles S. bobbin-maker, bds. E. Pine, n. Carlton 

Holt Daniel, carpenter, Howe, house 20 Nesmith 

Holt Daniel, physician, 15 John, house do. 

Holt Edward B. student, boards 15 John 

Holt Francis, carpenter, house 61 Bartlett 

Holt James, machinist, house 17 Floyd 

Holt John, flannel manufacturer, Howe, h. 16 Nesmith 

Holt Joseph S. paymaster, Tremont Mills, h. 430 Merrimac 

Holt Levi, machinist, house 35 Cushing 

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Holt {Luther) & Bergeron (Louis), blacksmiths, Merrimac, n. 

Suffolk, house 160 Moody 
Holt Oliver W. machinist, bds. Broadway, n. Walker 
Holt Paul, house 430 Merrimac 
Holt Susan, widow, house 32 Massachusetts corp. 
Holtham Joseph, carpenter, house First, Centralville 
Hoi ton Frederic (Boston), house 24 Pawtucket 
Holton William, machinist, boards 76 Button 
Homans Charles A. master mariner, bds. 5 Moore • 
Honey Alden, wood-worker, boards 27 Adams 
Hood Abraham K. carpenter, Willie, n. Rock, h. 164 Broadway 
Hood Charles H. machinist, bds. 62 L. M. S. corp. 
Hood Elizabeth, widow, house 80 Church 
Hood George W. E. machinist, house 33 L. M. S. corp. 
Hood Gilman A. painter, house 15 Appleton corp. 
Hood Harrison P. carpenter, house 139 Moody 
Hood I. Charles, clerk, Merrimac, cor. John, bds. 165 Moody 
Hood John, machinist, boards 61 L. M. S. corp. 
Hood Jenette, widow, house 61 L. M. S. corp. 
Hood William, pistolmaker, boards 111 Appleton 
Hooke Henry M. physician, Welles's Block, h. Merrimac, corner 

Pawtucket 
Hooker Emerson, marbleworks, boards 25 Market 
Hoole Edward P., Merrimac corporation, house 54 do. 
Hoole John H., Merrimac corporation, house 53 do. 
Hoole William, Hamilton Print Works, house 50 Water 
Hoolihan John, carder, boards rear 1 Summer 
Hope Catharine Mrs. house 41 Market 
Hope Henry, laborer, boards 11 Elm 
Hope John E. tinsmith, 105 Central, house 186 do. 
Hope John R. clerk, boards 291 Central 
Hope Jonathan, American Bolt Co. house 291 Central 
Hope Mary S. Mrs. house 11 Elm 
Hope Robert C. laborer, boards 11 Elm 
Hope William, house 248 Gorham 
Hopkins Charles Mrs. house 26 Willow 
Hopkins Eliza Mrs. boarding-house, 25 Hamilton corporation 
Hopkins George W. hairdresser, 12 Central, boards 113 Central 
Hopkins James, deputy sheriff, 55 Central, house 59 Andover 
Hopkins James A. boards 59 Andover (U. S. A.) 
Hopkins Mary F. teacher, Franklin Grammar School 
Hopkins S. E. carriagemaker, boards Howard House 
Hopkins Samuel E. machinist, boards Westford, cor. Grand 
Horn Alfred S. (S. Bom ^ Co.), boards 54 Smith 
Horn Benjamin, machinist, house 3 Wamesit court 
Horn Charles, moulder, boards 5 Jackson 
Horn Charles C. C. Mrs. house 3 Lagrange court 
Horn Clara Miss, dressmaker, Nesmith's block, 43^ Merrimac 

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Horn Frank C. at N. & L. freight depot, h. E. Pine, c. Carlton 
Horn Mark B. engineer, Merr. Print Works, h. 148 Merr. corp. 
Horn Paul A. weaver, boards 118 Merrimac corporation 
Horn Paul C. peddler, boards 3 West's court 
Horn Samuel, house 54 Smith 

Horn Samuel & Co. (^A. Scott and A. S. Honi), soap and can- 
dles, Middlesex, corner School 
Home Daniel W. mastic- roofer. Western ave. h. 6 S. Highland 
Horner Isabella E. teacher, Charles-street Primary School 
Horner Jane E. teacher. Middle -street Primary School 
Horner John, agent, house 66 Howard 
Horner William, Middlesex, house 2 Abbott 
Horricks Margaret, widow, house 10 Tilden 
Horrigan Daniel, pressman, 4 Canal block, house 59 River 
Horrobin William T. manufacturer, house 361 Merrimac 
Horrock John, machinist, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 
Horton James W. clerk, 2 Welles's block, bds. 13 Mass. corp. 
Horton John F. carpenter, 13 Prescott, house 88 High 
Horton Samuel, laborer, boards 203 Middlesex 
Hosea Thomas, dresser, house 34 Cedar 
Hosford Hocum & Co. {A. G. Pollard), dry-goods, 46 Merrimac, 

house 260 Central 
Hosford {Hocum) & Chase {A. i5^), woollen manufacturers, Chase's 

Mill, Lawrence, near Whipple 
Hosmer Edward S. clerk, house 1 Livermore 
Hosmer Edwin, mason, boards 60 Merrimac corporation 
Hosmer Francis, stonecutter, boards 60 Merrimac corporation 
Hosmer Isaac, stonecutter, house 60 Merrimac corporation 
Hosmer Mary E. widow, boards 1 Livermore 
Hosmer Nathan H. clerk, 12 Tilden, boards 50 Moody 
Hosmer Stephen, trader, house 1 Livermore 
Hough George W. machinist, house 174 Massachusetts corp. 
Houghton William S. machinist, boards 76 Dutton 
Houston Herbert M. machinist, house Carlton, n. E. Pine 
Houston Levi, machinist, house 26 Franklin 
Hovey Augustus, boarding-house, 14 Massachusetts corporation 
Hovey Augustus V. weaver, boards 14 Massachusetts corporation 
Hovey Charles {Oarleton 8^ H.), apothecary, 164 Merrimac, house 

Park, opposite Chestnut 
Hovey Cyrus, silversmith, bds. 34 Fourth, Centralville 
Hovey Harriet C. teacher, boards 8 Fourth, Centralville 
Hovey Henry E. student, bds. Park, opp. Chestnut 
Hovey James S. teller R. R. National Bank, boards Bridge, cor. 

Fifth, Centralville 
Hovey Joseph, house 34 Fourth, Centralville 
Hovey Joshua & W. shoe manufacturers, Bridge, near River, house 

2 Fifth, Centralville 
Hovey William {J. 8f W. Hovey), house 8 Fourth, Centralville 

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Howard Annie, widow, boards 96 Middlesex 

Howard Charles, Bleachery, house 4 Livingston 

Howard Charles, machinist, boards 40 L. M. S. corp. 

Howard Ebenezer, laborer, house rear 56 Moody 

Howard Elbridge G. machinist, house 112 Middlesex 

Howard Elijah, machinist, boards 16 Market 

Howard Henry E. pjinter, boards 23 Race [Chelmsford 

Howard Horace, coal, wood, and lumber. Western avenue, house 

Howard Horace, jr. coal and wood, and city weigher, Thorndike, 

corner Western avenue 
Howard James, supt. city scales, r. Market house, h. 45 Summer 
Howai'd James, laborer, house 34 Bleachery 
Howard James, jr. dyer, boards 34 Bleachery 
Howard James S. finisher, boards rear 56 Moody 
Howard John, laborer, boards 34 Bleachery 
Howard John F. carpenter, L. M. S. house 2 Goward place 
Howard John H. clerk, boards Chelmsford, cor. Liberty 
Howard Martin V. B. clerk, Chelmsford, n. Howard, boards rear 

56 Moody 
Howard Michael, Middlesex, house 2 Fayette 
Howard Michael, carder, boards 4 Appleton corporation 
Howard Peter, Bleachery, house 40 Carter 
Howard Theresa R. widow, house 23 Race 
Howard Thomas, spinner, house 2 South Highland 
Howard Wales, boards 166 Central 
Howai'd Wales, machinist, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Howard Walter C. hackman, house 396 Merrimac 
Howarth Abraham, woolsorter, boards 8 Prospect 
Howarth Joseph, watchman, Stott's Mill, house 8 Prospect 
Howarth Samuel, spinner, house Lawrence-street court 
Howe Albert, carpenter, house 229 Middlesex 
Howe Alfred, foundryman, boards Warren, cor. Central 
Howe Almina W. Mrs. house 191 Central 
Howe Anthony, laborer, house 76 Middlesex 
Howe Aurelia L. teacher, boards 37 Andover 
Rov^e (Charles F.), Taylor {W. P.) & Co. chemical manuf. 

Lawrence, n. Wamesit Power Co. 
Howe (Charles F.) & Greenhalgh (Frederic T.), counsellors, 

49 Central, house 17 Charles 
Howe Charles M. house 7 Warren 
Howe Clarissa, widow, boai-ds 140 Fletcher 
Howe Comfort B. nurse, boards 85 Lawrence corporation 
Howe (Edward B.) k Goodhue (Jason), card manuf. 90 and 92 

Market, house 40 High 
Howe George, machinist, house 1 West's court 
Howe Henry C. & J. F. carpenters, at 0. Allen's Mills, house 91 

Summer 
Howe Horace F. carpenter, Second, house 20 Third, Centralville 

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Howe Ivory H. machinist, house rear 91 Appleton 

Howe James, spinner, house 1 Pond 

Howe James M. carpenter, Fourth near Read, house 17 Third, 

Centralville 
Howe Jeremiah, machinist, house 167 Moody 
Howe Jeroboam, farmer, house 22 Oak 
Howe Joanna, widow, house 38 Paige 
Howe John, laborer, boards 7 Lowell corporation 
Howe John F. {H. 0. 8^ J. F. K), house 89 Summer 
Howe Joseph M. wool-sorter, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 
Howe Joseph S. card grinder, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 
Howe Laura F. teacher, boards 37 Andover 

Howe Lorenzo G. carpenter, First, c. Read, house 22 Third, Cen- 
tralville 
Howe Lydia, widow, house 37 Andover 
Howe Martha W. boards 37 Andover 
Howe Patrick, carder, house 15 Davis 
Howe Robert, machinist, boards 35 Gushing 
Howe Sally, widow, house 40 High 
Howe William E. dresser, house 2 Boott corporation 
Howe William G. carpenter, house 10 Myrtle, Centralville 
Howell Mary S. dressmaker, house 94 Gorham 
Howes Lucius, painter, house 29 Gushing 
Howes Nathan, dresser, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Howes Samuel P. portrait painter, house Hale, near Cambridge 
Howes William, clerk, 201 Middlesex, house rear 31 Gushing 
Howland John, moulder, boards 2 Middlesex place 
Howorth Thomas, laborer, house 7 Merrill 
Hoy James, house '62 River, Centralville (U. S. A^) 
Hoyle Samuel Mrs. house 30 High 
Hoyt Abilenia E. widow, house 44 Boott corporation 
Hoyt Alfred, spinner, boards 5 Suffolk corp. 
Hoyt Baron S. teamster, house rear 15 Union 
Hoyt Charles B. F. overseer, house 7 Cabot block 
Hoyt Daniel S. mason, house 37 South 

Hoyt Don Carlos, conductor, B. & L. R. R. house 58 Broadway 
Hoyt Eli W. apothecary, Central, c. Midd'x, house 243 Central 
Hoyt Frank, cigarmaker, boards 43 Mass. corporation 
Hoyt James H. showman, house First, Centralville 
Hoyt Jane B. widow, house 30 Suffolk corporation 
Hoyt Jennette Miss, house 165 Moody 
Hoyt Levi, blacksmith, boards 69 L. M. S. corp. 
Hoyt Reuben G. variety store, 187 Central, boards 37 South 
Hoyt William H. contractor, L M. S., house Marshall, c. Westford 
Hubbard Charles, foreman, Isaac Place's, house 147 Broadway 
Hubbard Francis, carpenter, boards 25 Market 
Hubbard Henry E. photographist, 50 Merrimac, b, 32 Chestnut 

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Hubbard {John Q. A.) & Blake (Jesse), patent leather manufac- 
turer, Ayer's City, house Lincoln 
Hubbard Josiah, real-estate agent, constable, 3 Canal block, house 

31 Bartlett 
Hubbard Orange B. shoemaker, 10 Tilden, house 50 West Union* 
Hubbard Seymour Mrs. boards Lincoln, near Chelmsford 
Hubbard, see Hehhard 

Huckins Charles W. boilermaker, house rear 125 Middlesex 
Huckins Henry L. helper, boards rear 125 Middlesex 
Huddleston Wm. laborer, boards 21 Tremont 
Hudson Sarah D. widow, boards 91 Summer 
Hughes Edward Mrs. house Blossom, near Gorham 
Hughes Edward, presser, boards 100 Market 
Hughes Frank, finisher, boards Blossom, near Gorham 
Hughes George, house 12 William 
Hughes John, Bleachery, house 7 Livingston 
Hughes John, turner, boards 18 Appleton corporation 
Hughes Patrick, laborer, house rear 26 Bleachery 
Hull Henry, house 243 Central 

Hull William H. furniture (B.), h. River road, Dracut 
Hulme James, Cutter & Walker's, house 21 South 
Hulme James H., Cutter & Walker's, boards 21 South 
Hulme John K. machinist, boards 21 South 
Humphrey Elisha C. weaver, boards 27 Tremont corporation 
Humphrey George A. Mrs. millinery, 93 Merrimac, house do. 
Humphrey James, laborer, house 1 Front, Centralville 
Humphrey Martha R. widow, boards 10 Lawrence 
Humphrey Patrick, machinist, house 68 Lawrence 
Humphries George, machinist, boards Cambridge, near Hale 
Hunt Ambrose S. weaver, house 9 Appleton corp. 
Hunt Chas. {Hildreth Sf K), Mus. B'd'g, house 12 Appleton 
Hunt Clarissa Mrs. house Hunt's court 

Hunt Dennis, engraver, Merrimac P. W. boards 261 Merrimac 
Hunt Edward S. clerk, boards Fairmount, cor. Mansur 
Hunt Elihu S. wholesale provision dealer, 96 Market, house Fair- 
mount, corner Mansur 
Hunt Frederick, finisher, boards 23 Moody 
Hunt Geo. F. cashier, First Nat. Bank, house 35 Bartlett 
Hunt Hebsibath Miss, house 8 Race 
Hunt John B. overseer, house 43 Hamilton corp. 
Hunt J. Livingston, printer, boards 12 Appleton 
Hunt Lucian A. mason, house 12 N. Franklin court 
Hunt Mary Mrs. house 23 Moody 
Hunt Michael, carder, house 82 Middlesex 
Hunt Nellie M. teacher, boards 9 Appleton corp. 
Hunt Roswell (Cal.), house 17 Hurd 
Hunt Sarah L. Mrs. house 12 Appleton 
Hunt Wm. H. printer, boards 12 Appleton 

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Hunter Albert, operative, boards 4 Tremont corp. 

Hunter Oilman & Son {John G.), furniture, &c., 247 Merrimac, 
house 32 Chestnut 

Hunter John, clerk, boards 32 Chestnut 

Hunter John G. {Gilman Hunter 4" Son), 247 Merrimac, boards 
32 Chestnut 

Hunter Lucina, widow, house Grorham, opp. Fair Ground 

Hunter Thos. machinist, house Cambridge, n. Hale 

Hunter Wm. sup't Hamilton P. W. h. 44 Hamilton corp. 

Huntington Georgianna, widow, b. 46 Lawrence corp. 

Huntington Heman, weaver, house 46 Lawrence corp. 

Huntington James F. captain, house 20 Bartlett (U. S. A.) 

Huntington James T. boarding-house, 136 Merrimac corp. 

Huntington Lucius W. reporter, " Citizen and News," 55 Central, 
boards 136 Merr. corp. 

Huntley Curtis, machinist, 84 Middle, house Lawrence, Centralville 

Huntley Curtis Mrs. millinery, 33 Merrimac, h. at Conantville 

Huntley Ellen J. millinery, 90 Merrimac, bds. r. 4 Dodge 

Huntley Erastus, painter, h. r. 4 Dodge 

Huntley John, painter, variety store, 290 Merrimac, house do. 

Huntley John H. paper hanger, b. 84 Church 

Hunton Caroline, h. 1 Mass. corp. 

Hunton Granville J. fireman, b. 135 Merrimac corp. 

Huntoon Alpha Mrs. h. 1 Madison 

Huntoon Charles H. machinist, b. 321 Merrimac 

Huntoon David, machinist, b. 13 Grand 

Huntoon Diana M. teacher, bds. 14 Merrimac corp. 

Huntoon Herrick C. turner, b. 321 Merrimac [field 

Huntoon George L. confectioner, 3 Appleton block, h. 11 Butter- 

Huntoon James W. physician, 9 Central, house do. 

Huntoon {Moses G.) & Kent {James), boots and shoes, 224 Mer- 
rimac, h. 406 do, 

Huntoon Oren, boarding-house, 14 Merrimac corp. 

Huntoon Reed P. sashmaker, b. 406 Merrimac 

Huntoon Woodman C. conductor H. R. R. h. 61 E. Merrimac 

Huntress Ann, widow, h. 12 Cabot blocK 

Huntress Elisha W. farmer, b. 7 Garnet 

Huntress George M. farmer, b. 7 Garnet 

Hurd Charles E. mechanic, h. Albro's block 

Hurd George W. clerk, 46 Merrimac, h. 145 East Merrimac 

Hurd James, messenger. Court House, h. 135 Gorham 

Hurd John, operative, b. 25 Hamilton corp. 

Hurd William B. bookkeeper, b. 2 Merrill's court 

Hurd, see Hird 

Hurlbutt John F. carpenter, h. 5 Clark 

Hurley Cornelius, h. Marion, c. Broadway 

Hurley Daniel, laborer, h. 62 Suffolk 

Hurley Dennis, laborer, h. 4 Cummiskey's alley 

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Hurley Michael, laborer, h. 23 Broadway 

Hurst Henry, confectionery, 284 Merrimac, house do. 

Husband William, cardstripper, h. opp. 30 Adams 

Huse Ebenezer, farmer, h. near Dracut line, Conantville 

Huse Georo;e, house 25 George 

Huse George, weaver, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

Huse George, teamster, b. 15 Smith 

Huse Hiram E. overseer, h. near Dracut line, Conantville 

Huse Jesse, truant officer, h. 36 Common 

Huse Orlando N. shoemaker, b. 36 Common 

Huse Stephen W. {Stone ^ H.), 21 Central, h. 34 Willow 

Huse Thomas W. clerk, Merrimac House, b. do. 

Huseler Honas, laborer, h. 82 River, Centralville 

Hussey Angeline E. dressmaker, 52^ Merrimac, b. 115 Gorham 

Hussey George R. machinist, h. 21 Essex 

Husaey Joseph, chairmaker, b. 2 Middlesex place 

Hussey Levi, laborer, b. 38 Mass. corp, 

Hutchins Charles L. Rev. b. 266 Central 

Hutchins Ebenezer E. clothing, 232 Merrimac, h. 128 Moody 

Hutchins Elvira R. fancy-goods, 117 Central, h. 17 South 

Hutchins Jacob N. conductor H. R. R. h. 17 South 

Hutchins Melbourne, confectioner, 37 Central, b. do. 

Hutchins Nathaniel E. clerk, b. 128 Moody 

Hutchins Royal W. overseer, h. 41 Mass. corp. 

Hutchins Seth, moulder, b. 41 L. M. S. corp. 

Hutchins William E. farmer, h. Albro's block, Gushing 

Hutchinson Clara, vestraaker, b. 2 Mason's court 

Hutchinson Edward, b. 432 Merrimac 

Hutchinson Edward M. bobbinmaker, house 44 Lagrange 

Hutchinson Henry C. carpenter, h. 67 Warren 

Hutchinson Martha J. widow, b. 23 Appleton corp. 

Hutchinson Mary J. h. 1 Lee 

Hutchinson Orin, sectionmaster, h. 16 Cady 

Hutchinson Rachel, widow, b. 16 Race 

Hutchinson Reuben, music teacher and tuner, b. 142 Merrimac 

Hutchinson Reuben M. h. 432 Merrimac 

Hutchinson Rufus F. Mrs. h. 110 Howard 

Hutchinson Samuel K. contractor, h. 21 Nesmith 

Hutchinson Susan, widow, h. 74 Church 

Hyde David, broker (Boston), h. High, n. Moody School 

Hyde James, cardgrinder, b. 3 Tremont corp. 

Hyde John, hostler, h. 65 Mass. corp. 

Hyde Samuel, machinist, b. 219 Middlesex 

Hyde William, spinner, b. 42 Boottcorp. 

Hylan Eugene S. gunmaker, b. 107 Appleton 

Hylan Sumner, machinist, b. 107 Appleton 

Hyland Margaret, widow, h. 35 Fayette 

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Hyler Hattie, widow, b. 109 Merrimac corp. 
Hynes Thomas, laborer, b. Tanner 

ILSLEY ADDISON, mason, h. 9 Queen 

Ily Nelson, laborer, b. Middlesex, c. School 

Ingalls Charles, painter, h. Lawson, n. Queen 

Ingalls Hannah, widow, b. rear 22 Cabot 

Ingalls Joseph, contractor L. M. S. house at Chelmsford 

Ingalls Oliver W. eating saloon, 130 Merrimac, h. 54 Paige 

Ingalls Thomas, police, house First, n. Bridge 

Ingalls William W. repair shop, b. 260 Merrimac 

Ingalls , widow, b. Marion, c. Lagrange 

Ingham John (i?. Ingham <§• Son), currier, h. School, c. Branch 
Ingham Richard & Son {John), curriers, Broadway, near Willie, 

house 42 Branch 
Ingolsby Mary, widow, h. 3 Maiden lane 
Ireland Willard, machinist, b. 115 Merrimac corp. 
Ireson Benjamin S. overseer Merrimac corp. h. 70 do. 
Ireson John, spinner, h. 4 Winter 
Ivers Arthur, h. 190 Grorham 
Ivers George, moulder, h. 190 Gorham 
Ivers James,, moulder, h. 190 Gorham 
Irving James R. spinner, b. 43 Fayette 
Irvine John, tailor, b. 17 Merrimac corp. 
Ivory Nicholas, carpenter, b. 1 William 

JACK ALEXANDER, carpenter, h. Hampshire, Central ville 

Jack Ira, teamster, h .Cabot, opp. Lyman 

Jack John, dyer, b. 45 Fayette 

Jackman Lyman, wood-worker, b. 75 L. M. S. corp. 

Jackson Andrew, machinist, b. 3 Dodge 

Jackson Augustus, watchman, Hamilton, house 3 Goward place 

Jackson John, currier, b. 55 Hamilton block 

Jackson John P. carpenter, h. 39 Branch 

Jackson Minerva, widow, b. 20 Lagrange 

Jackson Nancy Mrs. h. 3 Dodge 

Jackson Samuel, h. 16 Keene (U. S. N.) 

Jackson William, laborer, b. 14 Lowell corp. 

Jackson William W. jr. laborer, b. 2 Lowell corp. 

Jackson William E. physician, house 13 Andover 

Jacobs Aaron, carpenter, house 6 Marshall 

Jacobs Amos, machinist, bds. 3 Tremont corp. 

Jacobs Betsey L. widow, house 5 Tilden court 

Jacobs David, tanner, house Canada 

Jacobs Frank P. carpenter, bds. 4 Tremont corp. 

James Thomas P. printer, 27 Merrimac, h. 2 Fellows' court 

James Porter, turner, boards 85 Howard 

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James Sarah B. widow, house 131 Middlesex 

James Will, finisher, bds. 31 Hamilton corp. 

Jameson Fanny, widow, house 1 Garnet 

Jameson John, spinner, boards 10 William 

Jaques Aaron T. clerk, 46 Merriiiiac, bds. 166 E. Merrimac 

Jaques Frank T. shuttlemaker, bds. 106 East Merrimac 

Jaques John C. blacksmith, Lowell Machine Shop, house 1 Low- 
ell Machine Shop corporation [E. Merrimac 

Jaques John S. & Co. shuttlemanuf. Wamesit Power Co. h. 166 

Jaques John L. shuttlemaker, bds. 166 E. Merrimac 

Jaquith Abigail Mrs. house 36 Bartlett 

Jaquith Nathan, house 105 Thorndike 

Jarvis William, file-cutter, bds. 41 Appleton 

JefFers James, laborer, house 142 Suffolk 

JefFers James, saloon, 324 Merrimac, h. 124 Suffolk 

Jeffers Margaret, widow, house 75 Lowell 

Jeffery David F. machinist, house 166 Moody 

Jeffries Thomas, baker, 346 Central, house do. 

Jellison Isaac H. bobbinmaker, bds. 26 Appleton corp. 

Jenkins Ann, widow, h. First, n. Bridge, Centralville 

Jenkins Joel, carriage manuf.. Arch, n. Northern Depot, h. do. 

Jenkinson Noah, painter, house 285 Central 

Jenness Charles D. spinner, bds. 75 Merrimac corp. 

Jenness (Okas. W.) & Swan {Webb), boots and shoes, 83 Cen- 
tral, boards 5 John [near City Farm 

Jenness L. Wellraan, physician, 55 Merrimac, house Chelmsford, 

Jennie Samuel, weaver, bds. 4 Appleton corp. 

Jennings Harnden H. dentist, 32 Central, bds. do. 

Jennings Tillotson L. trader, h. Middlesex, near City line 

Jepson John C. grocer, 195 Central, house do. 

Jepson Joseph, machinist, boards 11 Congress 

Jepson Thomas, house 11 Congress 

Jerold Frank, operative, house 330 Merrimac 

Jewell George K. clerk, 33 Central, bds. 22 Hurd 

Jewell Harrison, watchman, Hamilton, b. 29 Hamilton corp. 

Jewell Leonard F. spinner, boards 16 Boott corp. 

Jewett Andrew F. (Wenhoorth 4" •^•)> counsellor, 170 Merrimac, 
boards 58 Moody 

Jewett Charles A. painter, 81 Summer 

Jewett Clarissa Miss, boards 30 Bleachery 

Jewett Francis, butcher, house Middlesex, near City ling 

Jewett Frank E. tinsmith, house 65 Merrimac corp. 

Jewett Jeremiah P. physician, 22 Kirk, house do. 

Jewett John, carpenter, house 105 Lawrence 

Jewett William H. carder, house 3 Abbott 

Jock John, machinist, boards 14 Appleton corp. 

Jock Peter, machinist, house 14 Appleton corp. 

Jockow Julius C. blacksmith, house 21 Charles 

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Johnson Albert T. dentist, Wentworth's building, b. 46 High 
Johnson Amos T. bootmaker, 7 Canal block, h. rear 13 Charles 
Johnson Andrew E. bobbinmaker, house 188 Middlesex 
Johnson Andrew J. billiards, 24 Central, h. 43 Bartlett 
Johnson Andrew L. travelling agent, for Cutter & Walker, bds. 

11 Smith 
Johnson Ann M. Miss, house 24 Suffolk 
Johnson Augustus J. Mrs. house 123 E. Merrimac 
Johnson Charles, laborer, bds. 67 Bridge, Centralville 
Johnson Charles, overseer, house 3 Goward place 
Johnson Charles W. machine printer, h. 147 Merrimac corp. 
Johnson Daniel, farmer, house 23 Church 
Johnson Eleanor, widow, boarding-house, 19 Lowell corp. 
Johnson Eliza, widow, house 182 Lawrence 
Johnson Ellen, widow, house 69 Adams 
Johnson Francis, shoemaker, house 3 Adams, Franklin sq. 
Johnson Frank, loon)fixer, boards 182 Lawrence 
Johnson George, blacksmith, house 25 Adams 
Johnson George A. carpet-packer, bds 139 Merrimac corp. 
Johnson Henry H. watchman, house 81 School 
Johnson James, laborer, bds. 51^ Lowell 
Johnson John, house 11 Adams 

Johnson John H. carpenter, house r. Pleasant, Centralville 
Johnson Jonathan, watchmaker and optician, 1 Merrimac House, 

house 1 Austin 
Johnson Joseph, Merrimac corporation, house r. 39 do. 
Johnson Joseph M. D. house 2 Lawrence corp. 
Johnson Langdon 0. gasfitter, 10 Central, bds. 27 Boott corp. 
Johnson Margaret, widow, house rear 37 Fenwick 
Johnson Marietta A. dressmaker, Merrimac, cor. John, h. do. 
Johnson Michael, house Worthen, cor. Lowell 
Johnson Michael, machinist, house 137 Middlesex 
Johnson Morris, laborer, house 56 Adams 
Johnson Moses A. agent Lowell Felting Mill, h. 11 Nesmith 
Johnson Parker, machinist, boards 101 Central 
Johnson Patrick, laborer, house 1 Chapel 
Johnson Robert, laborer, house 90 Suftblk 
Johnson Thomas B. {E. A. Clement S^ Co.), 256 Merrimac, bds. 

80 Merrimac corporation 
Johnson Wilder, machinist, boards 41 L. M. S. corp. 
Johnson William A. agent, house 3 Oliver 
Johnston Brent, house 31 Adams 

Johnston Brent, jr. house 31 Adams (Major 30th Regt.) 
Johnston James Pt. house 62 Massachusetts corp. 
Johnston Thomas B. house 31 Adams (Capt. 30th Regt.) 
Jones Alfred, weaver, boards 33 Massachusetts corp. 
Jones Arthur, bobbinmaker, boards 113 Appleton 
Jones Charles W. machinist, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 

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Jones Charles M. grocer, 88 Gorham, house do. 

Jones Daniel, spinner, house 5 Cady 

Jones Edward Mrs. boards 1G3 Moody 

Jones Ezra N. carpenter, house Fulton, Centralville 

Jones Joseph B. blacksmith, house 21 Essex 

Jones Joseph L. fireman, house 71 Lawrence corp. 

Jones Lemuel H. machinist, house 59 Boott corp. 

Jones Mary, widow, house 18 Race 

Jones Nathaniel, blacksmith, Bleachery, h. 1G4 Gorham 

Jones Phineas, overseer, Boott corporation, house GG do. 

Jones Sylvester A. engir.eer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Jones Thomas S. mariner, boards 113 Appleton 

Jones , stonecutter, bds. 26 Appleton corp. 

Jones William, laborer, boards 71 Eiver, Centralville 

Jones William, laborer, house 12 Summer 

Jones William, Dugdale's Mill, boards 5 Cady 

Jones William, house 113 Appleton 

Jones William, boards Chelmsford, n. Parker 

Jordan Alfred B. carder, house 8 Massachusetts corporation 

Jordan Charles P. carder, boards 27 Tremont corporation 

Jordan Henry T. carder, bds. 8 Massachusetts corporation 

Jordan Jack, loomfixer, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 

Jordan John Mrs. house 21 Fayette 

Jordan John, laborer, house rear 114 Middlesex 

Jordan True P. dresser, house 17 Lawrence corp. 

Jordan , Mrs. house 7 Ptiver, Centralville [Abbott 

Jowett William H. {Wm. Walker ib Co.), 80 Lawrence, house 3 

Jowett William, warpdresser, house 56 Lawrence 

Joyce Ellen, widow, house 2 Quigley's alley 

Joyce James H. moulder, bds. Ill Central 

Joyce John, dyer, bds. 2 Quigley's alley 

Joyce Mary, widow, house 14 Howe 

Joyce Patrick, mason, house 24 Worthen 

Joyce Patrick, laborer, house 26 Hurd 

Joyce William H. shoemaker, house 107 Middlesex 

Jubb Jabez, woolsorter, bds. 113 Central 

Judd Jabez W. woolsorter, bds. 113 Central 

Judd i\Ialvina A. widow, bds. 276 Middlesex 

Judge Elizabeth, widow, house 18 Auburn 

Judge Henry, laborer, bds. 18 Auburn 

Judge Richard, Dugdale's Mill, bds. 18 Auburn 

Judge Robert, spinner, bds. 18 Auburn 

Judge Thomas, Dugdale's Mill, bds. 18 Auburn 

Judkins Chas. J. H. clerk, 251 Merrimac, house 345 do. 

Judkins Edgar H. stamp-dealer, 6 John, bds. 37 Fifth 

Judkins J. Judson, bookseller, 6 John, h. 37 Fifth, Centralville 

KAIME CHARLOTTE S. teacher, bds. 237 Central 

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Kaiser Frederick, cabinetmaker, house 42 Payette 

Kalery Michael, tailor, 18 Paige, house do. 

Kane Gregory, clerk, bds. 26 Adams 

Kane Jane, widow, house 73 Charles 

Kane John, laborer, house r. 15 Dummer 

Kane Patrick, tailor, house 22 Fenwick 

Kane Thomas, laborer, house 7 Mill 

Kane, see Cain 

Kaoke John, stonecutter, bds. 192 Middlesex 

Kappler Frank, weaver, house Lincoln, n. Quebec 

Karrin James, operative, house 316 Merriraac 

Kavanagh Joseph Mrs. house 5 Hancock ave. 

Kavanagh Thomas, variety store, house 173 Gotham 

Kavanagh, see Cavcmaugh 

Kay Frederick, dyer, bds. 8 Suffolk corp. 

Kearnes James, laborer, house 86 Middlesex 

Kearnes John, Hamilton Corporation, bds 34 do. 

Kearnes Peter Mrs. house r. 69 River, Centralville 

Keating John, picker, house 27 Middle 

Keefe Dennis, switchman, B. & L. R. R. h. r. 11 Thomdlke 

Keefe Martin, laborer, house 13 North 

Keefe Mary, widow, house Marion, cor. Cross 

Keefe Michael, American Bolt Co. house 2 Adams. 

Keefe Michael, laborer, house 10 Broadway 

Keefe Michael, operative, house 89 Merrimac corp. 

Keefe Michael, blacksmith, 132 Middlesex, house Adams 

Keefe Nicholas, laborer, house Suffolk, cor. Broadway 

Keefe Patrick, operative, house 37 Cedar 

Keefe, see 0' Keefe 

Keegan James, carder, bds. 4 Appleton corporation 

Keegan James, carder, bds. 4 Dodge 

Keegan Mary, widow, house 4 Dodge 

Keegan Thomas, machinist, house 4 Dodge 

Keenan Bridget, widow, house 33 Summer 

Keenan James, laborer, house 49 Middle 

Keenan John, laborer, house 17 Keene 

Keenan Mary, widow, house r. 17 Summer 

Keenan William Mrs. house 23 Andover 

Keene Thomas, house Maiden lane 

Keese Levi, house 3 Methuen, n. Seventh, Centralville 

Keho Peter R. tailor, 1 Appleton block, house Fayette 

Keith Dewitt C. gunmaker, h. Hale, n. Cambridge 

Keith John, pistolmaker, boards Howard House 

Keith Joseph {Flanders^ K.), 399 Merrimac, h. 9 Dodge 

Keith Joseph H. machinist, bds. 9 Dodge 

Kelley Andrew, carpetweaver, house 20 Adams 

Kelley Andrew, farmer, bds. Methuen, Centralville 

Kelley Andrew K. book-agent, house Spring 



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Kelley Ann, widow, confectionery, 61 Lowell, house do. 

Kelley Bernard, laborer, house r. 42 Appleton 

Kelley Bridget, widow, house Wall 

Kelley Catharine, widow, house 10 William 

Kelley Daniel, carpenter, house Pleasant, Centralville 

Kelley Daniel, laborer, house r. 42 Gorhain 

Kelley David C. carpenter, bds. 33 Mass. corp. 

Kelley Edward, laborer, house 51 Dutton 

Kelley Edwin E. tinsmith, house 55 Mass. corp. 

Kelley Elizabeth, widow, house 18 Green 

Kelley Frank, laborer, house 3 Livingston 

Kelley George M. boxmaker, bds. Spring 

Kelley George W. lumber-surveyor, house 59 Fletcher 

Kelley James, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 272 Merrimac 

Kelley James, house River, Centralville (U. S. A.) 

Kelley James, machinist, bds. 94 Lowell 

Kelley John, machinist, house 16 Fayette 

Kelley John, laborer, bds. 94 Lowell 

Kelley John, laborer, house 26 Lowell 

Kelley John A. marbleworkor, 181 Central, house 11 Cabot 

Kelley Jcha A. painter, bds. 31 North 

Kelley Margaret, widow, house 94 Lowell 

Kelley Margaret, widow, house 14 Winter 

Kelley Mary, widow, house r. 100 Lowell 

Kelley Mary, widow, house r. 84 Lowell 

Kelley Mary Jane, widow, house 1 1 Cabot 

Kelley Michael, laborer, bouse r. 10 North 

Kelley Michael, laborer, house r. 102 Moody 

Kelley Michael, moulder, house r. 74 Middlesex 

Kelley Michael, boltmaker, house 40 South 

Kelley Michael, house 5 Cummiskey's alley 

Kelley Patrick, cardstripper, house 6 Jefferson 

Kelley Patrick, coachman, at 12 Tyler 

Kelley Patrick, house 1 Suffolk court 

Kelley Patrick, spinner, boards 51} Lowell 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, house 12 Cross 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, boards 10 William 

Kelley Peter, laborer, boards 10 William 

Kelley Robert, carder, boards 28 Bleachery 

Kelley Sarah J. widow, house Adams block 

Kelley Sewall P. beltmaker, h. r. 70 River, Centralville 

Kelley Thomas, job wagon, house 6 Fenwick 

Kelley Thomas, moulder, house rear 26 Lowell 

Kelley Thomas, weigher, house 23 Summer 

Kelley Thomas C. laborer, h.^rear 5 Hancock avenue 

Kelley William, sash, door and blind, manufacturer, Mechanics' 

Mills, house east side Mt. Washington 
Kelley William, spinner, house 30 Boott corp. 



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Kelley William, painter, 2 Salem, house 29 Cabot 

Kelley William, operative, boards 30 Boott corp. 

Kelley William A. gardener, h. Methuen, Centralville 

Kelliher Mary Miss, house 106 Suffolk 

Kelliher Mortimer, carder, h. rear 15 River, Centralville 

Kelsey Hugh, botanic medicines, house 29 Elm 

Kelsey Jeremiah A. painter, b. 135 Merrimac corp. 

Kelty Luke Mrs. house 41 Lowell 

Kelty Stephen, cooper, 41 Lowell, bds. do. 

Kemp Calvin A. conductor, H. R. R. h. Broadway, cor. Walker 

Kemp George, machinist, bds. 61 L. M. S. corp. 

Kemp William H., Middlesex, house 3S Willow 

Kempton Orin, B. & L. R. R. house 50 Dutton 

Kendall Charles A., R. Kitson's, bds. 235 Central 

Kendall Greorge M. clerk, boards 235 Central 

Kendall Jonathan, paints, oils, &c., Savings Bank building, Shat- 

tuck, house 235 Central, Chapel Hill 
Kendall Lucius, shoemaker, house First, Centralville 
Kendall Sarah B. widow, house 7 Oak 
Kendall Timothy D. clerk, American House, bds. do. 
Kendall William L. shoemaker, house 66 High 
Kennaston Mary, widow, house 28 Charles 
Kenned Patrick, laborer, house rear 57 Fenwick 
Kennedy Alfred D. wood moulder, bds. 76 Dutton 
Kennedy Alexander, laborer, house 29 Fenwick 
Kennedy Anastasia, widow, house 42 South 
Kennedy Cornelius, laborer, house rear 27 Fenwick 
Kennedy Edward R. weaver, house end of Pleasant 
Kennedy James, laborer, house 83 Church 
Kennedy James, variety store, 177 Central, h. do. 
Kennedy John, coffin maker, house 121 Lowell 
Kennedy John, laborer, house 138 Lowell 
Kennedy John, laborer, house 6 Fenwick 
Kennedy John Edson, chemist, house 5 Decatur 
Kennedy Margaret, house 3 Lowell place 
Kennedy Micliael, laborer, house 102 Lowell 
Kennedy Thomas, house 4 Luther's court (30th Regt.) 
Kennedy William H. carpenter, bds. 19 Adams 
Kennen Willard M. machinist, h. Kemp, cor. Wilder 
Kenneson Melville J. clerk, 42 Merrimac, b. 29 Hamilton corp. 
Kenneson Thomas, junk dealer, house 3 Hudson 
Kenney Charles, former, house Coburn, n. River, Centralville 
Kenney Hannah, widow, boards 17 Cedar 
Kenney James Mrs. house Lowell, n. Dummer 
Kenney John, carder, h. Parker's block, Centralville 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house 53 West Union 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house 184 Gorham 
Kenney Thomas, currier, boards Tanner, n. Lincoln 

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Kenney William, laborer, house 23 Fayette 

Kennison Charles F. carpenter, house 76 Merriraac corp. 

Kenniston Calvin, laborer, bds. 67 Bridge, Centralville 

Kenniston "Watson, teamster, h. Bridge, n. Central Bridge, Cen- 
tralville 

Kenniston Wra. H. laborer, bds. 67 Bridge, Centralville 

Kennison, see Kenneson 

Kent Charles, laborer, bds. 67 Bridge, Centralville 

Kent James {Himtoon ^ K.), 224 Merrimac, h. 428 Merrimac 

Kent Marianna B. teacher, Bartlett Grammar School 

Kent Mary A. teacher, boards 81 Salem 

Kenworthy James, finisher, house 32 Howard 

Kenyon John, operative, house 3 Dempsey's yard 

Keogan Michael, laborer, house 5 Little 

Keough Ann, widow, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Keough Peter R. tailor, house 40 Fayette 

Kerns Edward H. clerk, 134 Central, b. 15 George 

Kerrigan Ann, widow, house 24 Lowell 

Kershaw Abram, loom-harness maker, h. 35 Cushing 

Kershaw James W. Mrs. h. 65 Massachusetts corp. 

Kerwin Mary, widow, house 21 Tremont 

Keyes Benjamin F. teamster, house 54 Lawrence corp. 

Keyes Henry, clerk, Lowell, n. Hanover, bds. 90 Lowell 

Keyes Joseph B. counsellor, 49 Central, U. S. deputy marshal 
(Boston), house 121 Gorhara 

Keyes {Julian V.) & Tucker {G. F.), dry goods, 134 Merrimac, 
house 50 Third, Centralville 

Keyes Marcus, scythe maker, house 50 Chestnut 

Keyes Marcus W. painter, boards 50 Chestnut 

Keyes Patrick, grocer, Lowell, n. Hanover, house 90 Lowell 

Keyser Charles W. engineer, house rear 12 Mill 

Keyser John, gigger, boards 26 Suffolk corp. 

Keyser Rudolph A. cabinetmaker, h. 42 Fayette 

Kidder John {Gove <& K), 166 Merrimac, house 143 Moody 

Kidder John, moulder, boards 41 L. M. S. corp. 

Kidder John, machinist, house 3 Lawrence corp. 

Kidder John H. machinist, house 11 Mclntire 

Kidder John W. moulder, boards 11 Mclntire 

Kidder Mary 0. teacher, boards 143 Moody 

Kidder Moses W. physician, 16 Hurd, house do. 

Kidder Rachael S. widow, boards 16 Hurd 

Kidder Samuel, house 49 Chestnut 

Kidder Samuel, jr. house 27 Nesmith 

Kidder Wm. H. moulder, boards 11 Mclntire 

Kiely Desire, widow, house 4 Salem 

Kiernan Ann, widow, house 78 Middle 

Kiernan Nancy, widow, boards Marion, n. Suffolk 

Kiernan Thomas, laborer, house Marion, n. Suffolk 

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Kileski Henry, tailor, house 27 Willow 

Kiley Lawrence, clerk, house 6 Lewis 

Kiley Roger, grocer, 141 Lowell, h. do. 

Kilkenny John, laborer, h. 26 Keene 

Killker Michael, operative, h. 332 Merrimac 

Kilroy Bernard, laborer, h. Fenwick 

Kimball Azro A. b. 113 Central 

Kimball Charles, high sheriff and jailer, Thorndike, h. do. 

Kimball Charles A. cashier, PtoUin White Arms Co. b. 181 East 

Merrimac 
Kimball Charles H. clerk, 174 Merrimac, h. 63 Bartlett 
Kimball Charles K. clerk, b. 131 East Merrimac [ham 

Kimball Chas. R. apothecary, Merrimac, c. Central, h. 137 Gi-or- 
Kimball Charles W. engineer, h. Chelmsford, n. Parker 
Kimball Daniel, machinist, Tremont corp. b. 3 do. 
Kimball Daniel S. screen manuf. Wamesit Mills, h. 248 School 
Kimball David T. boarding-house, 22 Boott corp. 
Kimball De Coster S. gasfitter, 10 Central, h. 35 Willow 
Kimball Dennison J. carpenter, h. 406 Merrimac 
Kimball Durrell, Hamilton corp. h. 27 do. 
Kimball Elbridge, carpenter, h. 48 Brown 
Kimball Elizabeth, widow, h. .54 High 
Kimball Gilman, physician, Merrmiac, c. Worthen, h. Merrimac, n. 

Pawtucket 
Kimball Hannah, widow, h. 137 Gorham 
Kimball Isaac, h. 118 Merrimac corp. 
Kimball Isaac, carpenter, h. Chelmsford, c. Howard 
Kimball Jacob B. spinner, h. 60 Chapel 
Kimball John F. cashier, Appleton Bank, h. 36 Pawtucket 
Kimball John H. b. Merrimac, n. Pawtucket 
Kimball Joseph D. clerk, 319 Merrimac, h. 95 Salem 
Kimball J. Chellis, counsellor, 5 Barrister's Hall, b. Merrimac 

House 
Kimball Leonard, provision dealer, h. 47 Myrtle, Centralville 
Kimball Slary, widow, h. 120 Moody 
Kimball Mary A. widow, h. 116 Merrimac corp. 
Kimball Moses F. rollcoverer, h. 131 East Merrimac 
Kimball Sarah, widow, h. 141 Merrimac corp. 
Kimball Sulven, carpenter, b. 41 x\ppieton 
Kimball Wilson, Merrimac corp. b. 58 do. 
King Ann Mrs. h. 15 William 
King Catharine Mrs. h. 31 Keene 
King Charles F. student, b. 117 Grorham 

King Gardner W. clerk, freight depot, b. 77 Coburn, Centralville 
King Godfrey B. machinist, h Richardson, Centralville 
King Hugh, laborer, h. 15 William 
King James N. weaver, b. 3 Tremont corp. 
King John, shoemaker, 29 E. Merrimac, h. 18 Fayette 

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King Lutheria, sewing machines, h. 37 Fourth, Centralville 

King Stephen, shoemaker, 110 Market, h. do. 

King Stephen H. clerk at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, b. 8 Fayette 

King Thomas, machinist, b. 15 William 

King Thomas, shoemaker, 64 Middlesex, boards r. 42 Appleton 

King Wilham, shoemaker, b. 18 Fayette 

King William, operative, b. 33 Lagrange 

Kingsley. Enos 0. overseer carder, h. 26 Lawrence corp. 

Kinney Arial, engineer, h. 13 Bleachery 

Kinsman Simon, overseer, Whipple's Mills, h. 5 Moore 

Kirby David R. Mrs. h. 19 Boott corp. 

Kirby James, Dugdale's Mill, h. 297 Central 

Kirby Stephen J. clerk, 32 Middlesex, b. 19 Boott corp. 

Kirkland James, machinist, b. 11 Marshall 

Kirwin John, dressertender, h. 131 Lawrence 

Kirwin John, weaver, b. 131 Lawrence 

Kirwin Patrick, woolsorter, b. 131 Lawrence 

Kitchen Charles B. gasfitter, Shattuck, h. 156 School 

Kitchen Stephen E,. woolsorter, b. 30 Willie 

Kitson Richard, cotton machinery and card clothing manuf. Wor- 
then and Button, h. Worthen, c. Mechanic 

Kittredge Abner, painter, 22 Middle, h. First, c. Bridge 

Kittredge Abner L. (/. Kittredge ^ Go.), 24 Prescott, b. 50 Elm 

Kittredge Daniel, boots and shoes, 14 Middle, h. 80 J^ridge, Cen- 
tralville 

Kittredge Francis W. law student, 75 Central, b. 178 E. Merrimac 

Kittredge George Mrs. boarding-house, 68 Warren 

Kittredge Geo. S. h. 34 Essex 

Kittredge Henry, stone mason, h. 278 Middlesex 

Kittredge Jeduthan & Co. {A. L. Kittredge), painters and roofers, 
24 Prescott, h. 50 Elm 

Kittredge Jeremiah, b. 80 Bridge, Centralville 

Kittredge Luther, stonemason, h. 4 Butterfield 

Kittredge Luther, jr. stonemason, b. 4 Butterfield 

Kittredge Rebecca, widow, h. 24 Cady 

Kittredge Thomas, shoemaker, b. 22 Hamilton 

Kittredge WiUiam, coal and wood, 28 Middle, house 178 East 
Merrimac 

Knapp B. F. E. fireman, b. 136 Merrimac corp. 

Knapp Charles, h. 4 Mechanic 

Knapp Chauncey L. & Morey (^George F.), publishers " Citizen 
and News," 44 Central, h. 153 Moody 

Knapp Daniel, overseer, b. 40 Lawrence corp. 

Knapp Joel, machinist, h. 52 Lowell Machine Shop corp. 

Knight Albert J. carder, h. r. 125 Middlesex 

Knight Elizabeth, widow, b. 38 Mass. corp. 

Knights George W. machinist, b. 58 Moody 

Knights John H. fish market, 201 Central, h. 50 Chapel 

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Knott William, laborer, 48 Davidson's lane 

Knowles Brothers {C. H. 8^ J. A. K), trunks, fancy goods, &e. 

114 Merrimac 
Knowles Charles H. (K Bros.), 114 Merrimac, b. 100 Appleton 
Knowles Cyrus B. cabinetmaker, b. 42 Lawrence corp. 
Knowles Elbridge Gr. h. 41 Boott corp. 
Knowles Ellen Mrs. h. 6 Clark's court 
Knowles Emeline Miss, h. 31 Chapel , 
Knowles James, piper, house 8 Warren 
Knowles James, machinist, house 4 Wamesit court 
Knowles Jefferson A. (K. Bros.), 114 Merrimac, bds. 12 Hurd 
Knowles John A. counsellor, 14 Appleton block, house 94 South 
Knowles John A. jr. scale manuf. Mech. Mills, bds. 94 South 
Knowles Jonathan, house 31 Chapel 
Knowles Manlius, blacksmith, house 4 Farson's court 
Knowles Samuel, dressertender, house 23 Floyd 
Knowles WiUiam, filecutter, house 5 Bangs's block, Railroad 
Knowlton Greorge W. machinist, house 38 Lagrange 
Knowlton Gr. Winfield, clerk, boards 38 Lagrange 
Knowlton Horace, machinist, bds. 43 L. M. S. corp. 
Knox Sylvester, stonecutter, house 113 Appleton 
Kuhann Dennis, laborer, house 30 High 
Kyle Amos M. real-estate agent, house 16 Appleton 

LABOUNTY ADOLPHUS, laborer, bds. r. 116 Middlesex 

Labounty Leonard J. overseer, Appleton Corp. house 12 do. 

La Cherity Henry, bobbinmaker, house 11 Middlesex place 

Lacoy Leon, laborer, bds. 114 Middlesex 

Ladd Carlton, operative, bds. 42 Tremont corp. 

Ladd Henry, laborer, bds. 1 Hamilton corp. 

Ladd Henry, laborer, house 293 Middlesex 

Ladd Isaac, house 4 Alder 

Ladd Jonathan, counsellor, house 132 East Merrimac 

Ladd Samuel G. overseer, house 42 Tremont corp. 

Ladd Solomon H. carpenter, house Varney, n. School 

Laden Patrick, laborer, house 10 Summer 

La Doux John, laborer, house 7 Middlesex place 

La Doux John, laborer, house 7 Theatre block 

La Faille Moses, carder, house 160 Central 

Laferren David, laborer, house 2 Tilden court 

Laflamme John, cardmaker, 92 Market, house 15 Central 

Laflamme K. Joseph, laborer, bds. 21 Hamilton corp. 

Lafoile Julien, laborer, house Liberty, n. Chelmsford 

La Fountain Selamo, bedsteadraaker, house 30 Salem 

La Fountain Seymour, carpenter, house 293 Middlesex 

Lahauey Catharine, widow, house 18 Howe 

Lahey x\ndrcw, laborer, house 3 Quigley's alley 

Lahey Bridget, widow, house 117 Lowell 

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Laliiff Margaret, widow, house 48 South 

LahifF Mary, widow, house 59 Gorham 

Lahy Catharine, widow, house 91 Gorham 

Lahy Daniel, moulder, house 91 Gorham 

Laighton George K. machine printer, house 152 Merrimac corp. 

Laighton I. Thomas, carpenter, house 1 Wamesit court 

Laighton, see Leighton 

Lake Amasa, carpenter, house 49 Fletcher 

Lake Henry H. clerk, 6 Middlesex, bds. 50 Lawrence corp. 

Lake L. M. machinist, house 49 Fletcher 

Lakey Sarah, widow, house 75 Lowell 

Lakin Abel, cooper, house 250 Middlesex 

Lakin John, cabinetmaker, bds. 114 Merrimac corp. 

Lakin Joseph P. carpenter, house McCarry's court 

Lakin Mary, widow, house 9 Summer 

Lakin Samuel, cottonsorter, house 33 Fourth, Centralville 

Lamb William Mrs. house 119 Gorham 

Lambert Frederick, laborer, house 12 Willie avenue 

Lambert Patrick C. house 164 Lawrence 

Lamere Anson, variety store, 15 Merrimac, house do. 

Lamere John, variety store, Parker's block, h. do., Centralville 

Lamountain Elizabeth Mrs. house 3 John-street avenue 

Lamountain John L. rollcoverer, bds. 3 John-street avenue 

Lampher Geo. A. laborer, bds. Chelmsford, n. City farm 

Lamson Daniel B. L. clerk, 20 Market, bds. 1 Elm 

Lamson (Edwin'), Rogers (Hiifiis), & Co. (Warren C Hamblet), 

flour, &c. Ill Market, h. Beacon, n. Pawtucket 
Lamson Nathan G. clerk, bds. 66 Chestnut 
Lamson Nathaniel M. overseer, house 38 Tremont corp. 
Lamson Tobias L. P. paymaster, Lawrence, house 66 Chestnut 
Lamson William, watchman, Sav. Bank Building, house 1 Elm 
Lamson William, jr. assessor, house 59 Chapel 
Lamson William H. Mrs. house Varney, n. School 
Lancaster Eli, machinist, house r. 116 Market 
Lancaster (Samuel T.) & Totman (Stark), tailors, 106 Central, 

house 10 Ash 
Lander William C. joiner, house 7 Dempsey's yard 
Landers Maurice, laborer, house 58 Adams 
Landers Thomas, moulder, bds. 70 L. M. S. corp. 
Landry Edward, carpenter, bds. 20 Hamilto'n corp. 
Lane Albert A. photographist, 50 MeiTimac, house 127 Moody 
Lane Alpheus F. agent, house 12 Third, Centralville 
Lane Asa, machinist, house 72 L. M. S.. corp. 
Lane Benjamin C. machinist, bds. 7 Dodge 
Lane Charles, laborer, bds 6 Middlesex place • 
Lane Daniel W. farmer, bds. Merrimac House 
Lane (David) & Nowell (F. ) , machinists, Fletcher, cor. Gushing, " 

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Lane Henry, pistolmaker, bds. Howard House 

Lane Hiram, watchman, bds. 6 L. M. S. corp. 

Lane John, manner and boarding-house, 74 Middlesex 

Lane Jonathan, carpenter, house 8 Dodge 

Lane Joseph D., Lowell Machine Shop, house 6 L. M. S. corp. 

Lane Louisa C. apothecary, 70 Merrmiac, house do. 

Lane Lyman, watchman, B. & L. R. R. bds. Middlesex 

Lane Martin, bolter, house 17 High 

Lane Patrick, laborer, house 174 Lawrence [Central villa 

Lane Preston P. grocer, Lowell, cor. Worthen, bds. 5 Third, 

Lane Rufus K. grocer, Lowell, cor. Worthen, bds. 52 Appleton 

Lane Samuel, carpenter, house 7 Dodge 

Lane William, d^er, bds. 7 Lowell corp. 

Lane William, machinist, bds. 25 L. j^I. S. corp. 

Lane William Gr. laborer, house 59 Mass. corp. 

Lane , laborer, bds. 49 Gushing 

Lang Benaiah, painter, house 36 Massachusetts corp. 

Lang Bickford, city marshal, Police-ofBce, house Forrest 

Lang Charles, watchman, bds. 43 Massachusetts corp. 

Lang Edward, machinist, L. M. S. house 107 Appleton 

Lang William A. teacher, Ref. School, h. Chelmsford, n. Parker 

Langdell Mary, widow, house 17 Tremont corp. 

Langley Clark M. printer, J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 47 Summer 

Langley Harry, finisher, b. 23 Suffolk corp. 

Langley William, junk dealer, house 39 Third 

Langley , bleacher, b. 29 Bleachery 

Langmaid Sias, beltmaker & variety store, h. 356 Merrimac 

Lannan Margaret, widow, h. 48 South 

Lannan Patrick, butcher, h. 85 Salem 

Laplant Charles, spinner, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 

La Point Frederick, carder, b. 87 Moody 

La Point Francis, carpenter, b. 87 Moody 

La Point Louis, carder, bds. 87 Moody 

La Point Moses, laborer, bds. 6 Hamilton corp. 

La Point Napoleon, card stripper, bds. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Lapolski Frank H. tailor, 55 Central, bds. Peter Fox's, Dracut 

Lapham Eliza A. widow, bds. 28 Franklin 

Larabee James, auctioneer, bds. 71 Bridge, Centralville 

Larabee John H. trader, h. Branch, cor. School 

Larault Prosper, boarding-house 50 Lawrence corp. 

Lareom Frank H. machinist, bds. 21 Franklin square 

Larese Marcene, widow, h. 18 Tilden court 

Larey George, designer, Hamilton P. W. h. 68 Fletcher 

Larkin Mai'garet, widow, bds. 76 Middlesex 

Lary Alonzo L. laborer, bds. 112 Middlesex 

Lary Ellen, widow, h. 10 Lewis 

Lary John, machinist, house 148 Lowell 

Lary Lewis D. Mrs. house 112 Middlesex 

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Lary Eicliard, laborer, h. Congress, near Hale's Mills 

Lary Walter, spinner, bds. 134 Merrimac corp. 

Lary, see Leary 

Latfilan John, cardmaker, bds. 21 Hamilton corp. 

Latham Cyrus, civil engineer, 52|^ Merrimac, h. 36 Fourth, Cen- 
tralville [ics' Mills 

Latham Cyrus H. with A. L. Brooks, h. Dutton, west of Mechan- 

Lathe Nathaniel, carpenter, h. 14 Third, Centralville 

Laughlin Bernard, laborer, h. Men-ill, n. Taylor 

Laughlin James, laborer, h. 8 North 

Laughlin John, spinner, h. rear 20 North 

Laughlin John, laborer, h. Merrill, near Taylor 

Laughlin Michael, boltmaker, bds. 4 Kidder 

Laughlin Robert, spinner, h. 2 Reed's court 

Laughlin, see Louyhlin 

Laughton Abel A. tailor, h. 87 Chestnut 

Lavin Catharine, widow, house rear 12 William 

Lavin Thomas, laborer, bds. rear 12 William 

Law Clarissa, widow, h. River, Centralville 

Lawler William, laborer, h. 63 Church 

Lawler William, machinist, bds. 71 L. M. S. corp. 

Lawrence Alden, proprietor. Central Hotel, 278 Merrimac 

Lawrence Allen C. engineer, Hamilton, h. 11 Adams, Franklin sq. 

Lawrence Alvin, engineer, h. rear 23 Charles 

Lawi'ence Ambrose, dentist, 9 John, h. do. 

Lawrence Benj. machinist, Broadway, n. Mt. Ver. h. 101 Cross 

Lawrence Charles, teamster, bds. 6 Lowell corp. 

Lawi'ence David P. house in Agricultural Fair Grounds 

Lawi-ence George P. {E. B. Patch Sf Co.), 1 & 2 Com'l square, 
bds. 25 Lawrence 

Lawrence George T. carver, h. 1 Shaw's block, E. Pine 

Lawrence George W. dentist, h. 9 John 

Lawrence Henry F. clerk. Central Hoiise, 278 Merrhnac 

Lawrence Jonathan G. overseer, h. 10 Lowell corp. 

Lawrence Samuel, dentist, 32 Central, h. do. 

Lawrence Wm. F. farmer, h. Parker, near Chelmsford 

Lawrence W. Frank, pat. leather finisher, bds. Parker, near Chelms- 
ford 

Lawson Fanny E. teacher, primary school, 25 High, h. 63 Andover 

Lawson Francis, machinist, h. 35 Suffolk 

Lawson James W. farmer, h. Gorham, n. City line 

Lawson John, carpenter, bds. 41 Chapel 

Lawson Joseph, carder, h. 1 Baldwin's court 

Lawson Mary Ann, widow, 3 Baldwin's court 

Lawson IMitchell, laborer, bds. Gorham, near City line 

Lawson Peter (Boston), h. 30 Pawtucket 

Lawson Thomas B. artist, 9 Sav. Bank build'g, h. 63 Andover 

Lawson William J. machinist, h. 35 Suffolk 

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Lawton H. H. watchman, bds. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Lawton James, sup't, Mass. h. 24 Prescott corp. 

Lawton Patrick, fuller, bds. 27 Summer 

Lawton Reuben, machinist, h. 41 Hamilton corp. 

Laycock Samuel, dyer, h. 100 Market 

Leathers Geo. moulder, bds. Westford, cor. School 

Leach Betsey Mrs. h. Bowers, cor. Beacon 

Leach James, dyer, bds. r. 26 Bridge, Centralville 

Leach Isabella, widow, h. rear 26 Bridge, Centralville 

Leach Moses S., B. & L. depot master, h. 38 Grand 

Leach Robert bolt-cutter, h. 32 Front, Centralville 

Leach William, boarding-house, 8 E. Merrimac 

Learned Daniel, teamster, h. E. Pine, cor. Carlton 

Learned John, engineer, house 9 Howard 

Leary Dennis, operative, h. 115 Lowell 

Leary Jeremiah, laborer, h. 132 Lowell 

Leary Jeremiah, dyer, h. 85 Lowell 

Leary Jeremiah, operative, h. 115 Lowell 

Leach John, tailor, h. 118 Suffolk 

Leary John, laborer, h, 132 Lowell 

Leathers {Samuel M.) & True {Chas. 0.), provisions, 190 Mid- 
dlesex, house 192 do. 

Leavitt Daniel G. livery stable, 32 Prescott, and Middlesex, near 
Northern depot, h. Gold, near School 

Leavitt Edwin, teamster, h. 63 Gushing 

Leavitt Erasmus D. h. 9 High-street square 

Leavitt Eugene, laborer, h. E. Pine, near Carlton 

Leavitt George C. printer, h. 143 Merrimac corp. 

Leavitt Haron. carpenter, h. 32 Church 

Leavitt John B. Mrs. boarding-house, 41 and 42 L. M. S. corp. 

Leavitt William B. shoemaker, 78 Moody, h. 9 Tilden court 

Leavitt Mrs. house 10 Jefferson 

Le Baron Christopher C. shoemaker, h. 16 Tilden 

Le Baun David, bedstead-maker, h. 8 Middlesex 

Le Bell Joseph, currier, h. Chelmsford, near Liberty 

Le Clair Peter, sawyer, h. 9 Middlesex place 

Lederer Jacob, house 60 l^artlett 

Lee Alden, folder, bds. 26 Suffolk corp. 

Lee Bernard, operative, h. 37 Common 

Lee Charles, carpenter, house 252 Middlesex 

Lee Charles, Middlesex, house 1 Pond 

Lee Daniel T. Middlesex, house 5 Water 

Lee James, 1st, house 248 Gorham 

Lee James, laborer, boards 2 William 

Lee James H. Mrs. house 56 CImrch 

Lee James W. spinner, boards rear 53 Charles 

Lee Jolin, house 86 Market 

Lee John, laborer, house rear 148 Lowell 

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Lee John T. blacksmith, Fletcher, near Dutton, house 14 Adams, 

Franklin square 
Lee Joseph, carpenter, boards 33 Mass. corporation 
Lee Michael, grocer, 119 Lawrence, house do. 
Lee Michael, laborer, house 41 Salem 
Lee Patrick, operative, boai'ds 37 Common 
Lee Peter, laborer, house 37 Salem 
Lee Simeon, spinner, house rear 53 Charles 
Lee William, wooldrier, house 8 Suffolk corporation 
Lee William M. city watchman, house 122 Moody 
Lees John, weaver, boards 60 Middlesex 
Le Gare Mercer, weaver, boards 35 Mass. corporation 
Legg Charles H. painter, 99 Central, house 162 Grorham 
Legre Peter, laborer, boards rear 8 William 
Lehany James, clerk, 66 Gorham, house 18 Howe 
Leighton Andrew, overseer, Bleachery, house Central, corner Lyon 
Leighton Gancelo, carpenter, boards 101 Central 
Leighton George, house Holbrook's court 
Leighton Hannah, widow, house 65 Merrimac corporation 
Leighton Newbury H. finisher, house 21 Bleachery 
Leighton Patrick, laborer, house 10 Summer 
Leighton Ruth R. widow, house 8 Merrill's court 
Leighton Wm. H. physician, 22 Hurd, boards at Chelmsford 
Leighton, see Laighton 

Leland Thomas, embroidery stamping, 74 Central, house do. 
Leland William, embroidery stamping, 250 Gorham, house do. 
Leneux Moses, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, boards 5 Jackson 
Lennon Catharine, widow, house 30 Lowell 
Lennon John, ale, 34 Lowell, house 22 Willie avenue 
Lenod John, grocer, 58 East Merrimac, boards Central 
Leonard Abel W. wood, house 25 Kirk 
Leonard Ann, widow, house 83 Moody 
Leonard Catharine, widow, house 40 Salem 
Leonard Dennis, moulder, boards 40 Salem 
Leonard Franklin, bootmaker, house 142 Merrimac 
Leonard George, carpenter, 288 Central, house do. 
Leonard George E. overseer, boards 62 Boott corporation 
Leonard Hannah, widow, house 17 Hanover 
Leonard Hugh, laborer, house 40 Salem 
Leonard Ira, machinist, house Merrill, near Taylor 
Leonard James, machinist, house 105 Moody 
Leonard Owen, machinist, boards 40 Salem 
Leonard Patrick, gunsmith, boards 57 L. M. S. corporation 
Leonard Sarah Mrs. house 41 Merrimac corporation 
Leonard Sylvester B., Merrimac corporation, house 41 do. 
Leonard Terrance, laborer, house 6 Dempsey's yard 
Leonard Zebedee, bonnnet bleachery, 96 Merrimac, b. at Boston 
Lephlam John, laborer, house Mclntire 

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Leslie Charles, painter, house 46 Church 

Leslie Edwin C. merchant tailor, 4 Merrimac H(3use, house 13 

Lawrence 
Leslie Peter P. harnessmaker, house 4 Clark's court 
Lesure Ansel P. undertaker and cofl&n warehouse, 11 Prescott, 

house 159 Central 
Lever James, wool sorter, house 287 Central 
Lever Thomas, calico printer, boards 7 Lowell corporation 
Leversee Wesley R., Merrimac corporation, house 53 do. 
Levick John, laborer, house 19 Adams 
Lew Adrastus, farmer, house off River Road, Dracut 
Lew Nathaniel, laborer, house 42 Middle 
Lew Osmond, farmer, house 9 Hurd 
Lewis Ann, widow, house 28 Lagrange 
Lewis Charles T. waiter, boards 48 Chapel 
Lewis Cyrus A. machinist, boards 52 Stackpole 
Lewis Bphraim B. carpenter, Wamesit Mills, house 43 Cushing 
Lewis Francis H. picker, house 45 Fayette 
Lewis George W. house Coburn, Centralville 
Lewis Jeremiah, hairdresser, house 48 Chapel 
Lewis John, Lowell Machine Shop, boards Broadway, n. Suffolk 
Lewis John A. cardgrinder, house 18 Third, Centralville 
Lewis Joseph, finisher, house 26 Bleachery 
Lewis Julie E. female physician, office 141 Harrison, and 11 

Worthen, house do. [Centralville 

Lewis Levi J. (W. ^ Levi J.), 2 Prescott block, boards 62 River, 
Lewis Loring W. farmer, boards rear River, Centralville 
Lewis L. I. Mrs. house 62 River, Centralville 
Lewis Nancy, widow, house 46 River, Centralville 
Lewis 0. S. patternmaker, boards 90 Middlesex 
Lewis Pearson B. mason, boards Mount Pleasant, Centralville 
Lewis Rufus S. house 3 Centre 
Lewis Theodore W. hairdresser, 185 Middlesex, house 62 River, 

Centralville 
Lewis Walker, barber, boards 64 River, Centralville 
Lewis Walker Mrs. house 64 River, Centralville 
Lewis Walker, and L. J. hairdressers, 2 Prescott building, boards 

64 River 
Libbee George F. house Chelmsford, near Parker 
Libbey Adaline C boarding-house, 11 Boott corporation 
Libbey Benj. F. carpenter, house 289 Central 
Libbey Charles W. clerk, boards 11 Boott corporation 
Libbey Eliza Miss, boarding-house, 12 and 14 Hurd 
Libbey Frank, boards 11 Boott corporation 
Libbey Isaac, farmer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 
Libbey Isaac H. carpenter, Merr. cor. Maiden lane, h. 27 Cabot 
Libbey Martin V. B. blacksmith, house 8 Willie 
Libbey Sarah and Nancy Misses, house 30 Church 

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Libbey William E. carpenter, house Tremont corporation 

Libby Alexander H. hairdresser, 4 Central, b. 14 Tremont corp. 

Libby Almon, police, boards 101 Central 

Libby Benjamin F. shoemaker, 56 Central, house 30 Branch 

Libby Isaac L. police, house 88 Appleton 

Libby John F. scenic artist, 112 Merrimac, boards 30 Branch 

Libby William F., Merrimac corporation, house 55^ do. 

Liddell Andrew, weaver, b. 16 Third, Centralville 

Liddell Catharine, widow, h. 16 Third, Centralville 

Lilley Charles, overseer, h. 1 Pleasant 

Linch Alonzo K. carriagepainter, b. 159 Central 

Lincoln Levi E. Mrs. h. 26 Andover 

Lindsay Joseph, laborer, house 331 Merrimac 

Lindsay Richard, carpenter, h. 85 Broadway 

Lindsay William, Bleachery, h. Congress, r. Hales's Mills 

Linney Robert, h. 43 South 

Litchfield Oliver, carpenter, b. 40 L. M. S. corp. 

Litchfield {Paul F.) &, Forbush (Ohas.), grocers and dry-goods, 
167 Middlesex, h. 29 Elm 

Litcomb Mary, h. Lincoln place 

Little Charles Mrs. h. 90 Merrimac corp. 

Little Henry, laborer, h. 45 Gorham 

Little James H. machinist, b. 59 L. M. S. corp. 

Little James M. boilermaker, h. 59 L. M. S. corp. 

Little Leonard P. carpenter, h. 68 Bartlett 

Little Leonard P. carpenter, h. 46 Dummer 

Little Mary J. widow, h. 142 Merrimac corp. 

Littlefield Lucy Mrs. h. 155 E. Merrimac 

Livermore Albert W. engineer, h. 8 Lowell corp. 

Livennore Arthur, counsellor, b. 384 Merrimac 

Livermore Elizabeth B. h. 48 Bartlett 

Livingston Alfred, physician, Middlesex, c. Thorndike, b. Thorn- 
dike, c. Chelmsford 

Livingston Alfred J. painter and glazier, 179 Middlesex, house 5 
Chelmsford 

Livingston Benjamin, teamster, h. Carlton, c. East Pine 

Livingston Caleb Mrs. h. 7 Chelmsford 

Livingston Daniel, clerk, h. 34 Branch 

Livingston Ephraim D. printer, b. 34 Branch 

Livingston Fanny IMrs. h. 2 Smith 

Livingston Franklin E. clerk, 4 Canal block, b. 280 Grorham 

Livingston James H. variety store, 105 East Merrimac, h. do. 

Livingston John 0. conductor, S. & L. R. R. h. 280 Gorham 

Livingston Joseph, spinner, b. Lawrence, n. Grove 

Livingston William Mrs. h. Thorndike, c. Chelmsford 

Livingston William E. grain, flour, wood, coal, lumber, &c. 9 
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Livingston (Wm. E.), Carter {Wm. H.), & Co. (^Alfred Living- 
ston), blankets and flannels, 7 Thorndike 

Locke Jewett J. machinist, b. Ill Central 

Locke Mary, widow, b. 33 Andover 

Locke Samuel W. {E. B. Worthern^ Co.), 216Merrimac, house 
88 Cross 

Locke William M. painter, house 37 Bridge, Centralville 

Lockling Jonathan, weaver, b. 52 Lawrence corp. 

Logan David, machinist, b, 5 Jackson 

Logan James, teamster, h. 34 William 

Logan James, blockprinter, h. 7 Prospect 

Logan Mary, widow, boarding-house, 21 Lowell corp. 

Logan Michael, laborer, h. r. 29 Hanover 

Logan Thomas H. machinist, b. 7 Prospect 

Loker Loring. h. 7 Chelmsford 

Lombard Oliver D. weaver, h. 1 Mass. corp. 

Londeau Clement, farmer, h. 22 Davidson 

Long Charles, woodsawyer, b. 85 Moody 

Long David W. blacksmith, h. 131^ Merrimac corp. 

Long Michael, laborer, h. 11 Adams 

Long Patrick, tailor, h. 19 Winter 

Long Roxanna, boarding-house, 1 Merrimac corp. 

Longley Herbert E. painter, b. 11 Lee 

Looby Matthew, currier, b. 55 Hamilton block 

Loomis John, woolsorter, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

Loomis Milton C. shoemaker, b. 3 Suffolk corp. 

Loomis William A. (Reading), h. 26 Bridge, Centralville 

Looney Michael, laborer, h. 95 Merrimac corp. 

Lord Ann Mrs. house r. 61 Salem 

Lord Enoch, dresser, b. 8 Prospect 

Lord Henry A. clerk, h. 17 Floyd 

Lord Jeremiah, machinist, b. 13l Merrimac corp. 

Lord John, finisher, b. 8 Bleachery 

Lord Mary, widow, h. Middlesex, opp. Mclntire 

Lord Oliver, carpenter, house 4') Charles 

Lord Randolph C. sashmaker, b. 65 Boott corp. 

Lord Robert, machinist, h. 1 Livingston's block, Appleton 

Lothrop Charles L. machinist, b. 22 Lowell corp. 

Lougee Sarah A. Mrs. boarding-house, 6 Hamilton corp. 

Loughlin Michael, operative, h. 65 Church 

Loughlin William, operative, b. 65 Church 

Loughran James, counsellor, 3 Canal block, h. 7 Third, Cent. 

Lovejoy Daniel, blacksmith, Cushing, c. Rock, h. 27 Franklin 

Lovejoy Daniel H. physician. Central, c. Jackson, b. Westford, n. 
Grand 

Lovejoy Edwin, provisions, 113 E. Merrimac, h. do. 

Lovejoy Emery W. painter, house 31 Lowell Machine Shop corp. 

Lovejoy Frank, painter, b. 75 L. M. S. corp. 

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Lovejoy Frederick, express, Merrimac-st. depot, house Marshall, 

n. Westford 
Lovejoy Frederick M. clerk, b. Marshall, n. Westford 
Lovejoy George W. carriagemaker, h. 26 Lagrange 
Lovejoy Henry W. eating-house, 5 Middle, h. 15 Central 
Lovejoy Ira, machinist, b. 6 Merrill's court 
Lovejoy James, fireman, B. & L. R. R. b. 2 Middlesex place 
Lovejoy John, overseer, Merrimac corp.r-h. 22 do. 
Lovejoy Joseph, laborer, b. 54^West' Union 
Lovejoy Susan, widow, h. 13 Kiver, Centralville 
Lovejoy William, watchman, b. 43 Boott corp. 
Lovejoy William W. machinist, h. 18 Adams, Franklin square 
Lovely Felix, laborer, house r. 13 River, Centralville 
Lovett George, overseer picker, h. 43 Tremont corp. 
Lovett John M. patternmaker, bds. 56 West Union 
Lovett Mary, widow, house 56 West Union 
Lovett Stephen, boots and shoes, 264 Merrimae, h. 3 Ford 
Lovett Thomas J. teamster, house 56 West Union 
Lovrien John R. Mrs. house 39 South 
Lovrien Samuel J. laborer, boards 39 South 
Low Edward B., L. M. S. boards 78 South 
Low George W. machinist, L. M. S. boards 78 South 
Low Hannah Mrs. house 78 South 
Low James, porter, house 203 Middlesex 
Low John, gigger, house 44 William 
Low Nehemiah, moulder, house Nichols, near Branch 
Lowe Joseph, stonemason, house 53 Hanover 
Lowe Maria L. teacher, bds. Nichols, near Branch 
Lowe Lizzie S. teacher, boards Nichols, n. Bianch 
Lowell James Mrs. house rear 10 Little 
Lowell John R. finisher, h. 4 Ninth, Centralville 
Lowney Bridget, widow, house 5 Jefferson 
Lowney Cornelius, planer, house 269 Middlesex 
Lowney Ellen, widow, house 168 Gorham 
Lowney Michael, turner, boards 269 Midiilesos 
Lowney Patrick E. starapmaker, boards 168 Gcrham 
Lowney William, lumberman, house 267 Middle.'.ex 
Lugg William, carpenter, h. Varney, near Mt. Washington 
Luke Daniel, machinist, house 104 Howard 
Luke George, machinist, boards 7 Hamilton corp. 
Lull Daniel C. overseer, house 82 South 
Lumbert Peter, teamster, house 50 Cushiiig 
Lund Ephraim, teamster, house Mt. Vernun, near Westford 
Lund Noah D. conductor, L. & N. R. R. h. Wilder, n. Broadway 
Lunt Ezekiel, laborer, house 13 Somerset 
Lunt Francis, rollcoverer, boards 51 E. Merrimae 
Luscorab Cyrus E. painter, house 3 Boott corp. 
Luscomb John AV. Mrs. house 22 Common 

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Luscomb "William H. painter, boards 22 Common 

Lusier Noe, machinist, bouse 118 Middlesex 

Lusk Henry, cigarmaker, house 6 E. Merrimac 

Luther Thomas, machinist, house 40 Hamilton corp. 

Lyall James B. dresser, house r. 125 Middlesex 

Lyall Peter, stonecutter, bouse 5 Farson's court 

Lyford Asa B. machinist, b. 165 Merrimac corp. 

Lyford John B. produce dealer, house 150 Middlesex 

Lyford Simeon G. overseer, Hamilton, b. 34 Appleton 

Lyford Zebulon (California), house 26 Willow 

Lyman Alfred P. watchmaker, 128 Central, bds. 36 Chapel 

Lyman Roland, watchmaker, 128 Central, bouse 36 Chapel 

Lynch Alonzo K. carriage painter, boards 159 Central 

Lynch Bridget, widow, house 43 Summer 

Lynch Henry, machinist, boards 57 L. M. S. corp. 

Lynch James, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corp. 

Lynch James, machinist, boards 2 William 

Lynch James, card grinder, house 77 Adams 

Lynch James, laborer, house 53 Market 

Lynch James, laborer, house 9 Davidson 

Lynch James B. woolsorter, boards 10 Adams 

Lynch Jeremiah, grocer, Marion, cor. Cross, house do. 

Lynch John, grocer, 10 Adams, house do. 

Lynch John, laborer, house 3 Quigley's alley 

Lynch John, laborer, house 42 WiUiam 

Lynch John, dyer, boards 21 Broadway 

Lynch John, machinist, boards 23 Greorge 

Lynch John, laborer, house 101 Lowell 

Lynch John, laborer, house 38 William 

Lynch Lawrence, blacksmith, house 2 Garnet 

Lynch 3Lartin, house 8 Carolin's block, Fayette 

Lynch Martin, laborer, boards 10 William 

Lynch Mary, widow, house 13 Hurd 

Lynch Michael, laborer, house 10 Green 

Lynch Michael, laborer, bouse 4 Green 

Lynch Patrick, provisions, 97 Gorham, b. do. 

Lyncli Patrick, laborer, house 77 Adams 

Lynch Patrick, liquors, 41 Market, b. 26 Adams 

Lynch Patrick M. army, house 4 Lee 

Lynch Philip, provisions, 68 Middlesex, h. 43 Summer 

Lyncli Richard, laborer, house r. 31 Middle 

Lynch Susan, widow, house 57 L. M. S. corp. 

Lynch William, brassmoulder, bds. 21 Willie 

Lynn Ann S. widow, h. Lincoln, near Chelmsford 

Lynn Catharine, boards 21 North 

Lynn Stephen, spinner, bouse 21 North 

Lyon James, laborer, house 18 Adams 

Lyon Plynic, patternmaker, bds. 28 Massachusetts corp. 

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Lyons Bernard, boards 51 2 Lowell 

Lyons Bridget, widow, house 29 Marion 

Lyons Ellen, widow, boards 88 Lowell 

Lyons Harriet, widow, boarding-house, 49 Lawrence corp. 

Lyons John, house Jefferson, corner Lowell 

Lyons John, laborer, boards 11 Chapel 

Lyons John, boards 49 Lawrence corp. 

Lyons Murphy, laborer, house 58 Common 

Lyons Thomas, gardener, house 285 Middlesex 

Lyons Mrs. house 3 Hadley's block 

Lytch Ann, widow, house 7 Knowles place 

MACAULEY WILLIAM, machinist, house Brewery court 

Mack Ellen, widow, boards 36 Boott corporation 

Mack Mary, widow, house rear 55 JMarket 

Mack Michael, laborer, house 1 8 Lowell 

Mack Michael, Middlesex, house. 40 William 

Mack Sewall G. {Gushing ^ 31), 125 Market, h. 392 Merr. 

Mackay David, machinist, house 30 Franklin 

Mackie George, bds. 166 Central 

Mackie Henry W.,.at sawmill, house 254 Merrimac 

Macormic James, laborer, house 42 'lorham 

Madden John, laborer, house rear 37 Fenwick 

Madden John, laborer, house 48 Davidson 

Madden Martin, laborer, bds. 11 Chapel 

Madden Martin, laborer, house 11 Chapel 

Maddocks Gleorge, machinist, bds. 41 M, L. S. corp. 

Maddocks William H. slater, house 70 Dutton 

Maddocks William J. clerk, Merrimac, cor. John, bds. 70 Dutton 

Maddox Patrick, machinist, bds. 13 Hamilton corp. 

Madle William H. blacksmith, house 27 SuiFolk, Franklin sq. 

Magee Deyea, machinist, house 229 School 

Magee Michael, Lowell Machine Shop Foundry, h. 23 Summer 

Magoon Dennis, carpenter, h. Lowell, n. Jefferson 

Magoon John, army, h. Lowell, cor. Maiden lane 

Magoon Mary, widow, h. 58 Boott corp. 

Magrath Bridget, widow, house Cross, n. Common 

Maguire Andrew, shoemaker, 43 Middle, house do. 

Maguire Ann, widow, bds. 7 Queen 

Maguire Barney, teamster, bds. Brewery court 

Maguire Catharine, widow, house Brewery court 

Maguire Catharine, widow, house 32 Lewis 

Maguire Honora Mrs. house 2 Winter 

Maguire James, laborer, house Adams, opp. Catholic church 

Maguire James J. clerk, house 12 Walnut 

Maguire John, teamster, bds. Brewery court 

Maguire John, laborer, house 17 Hanover 

Maguire Margaret M. widow, bds. 12 Walnut 

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Maguire Mary, Kate, and Lizzie, house 61 Church 

Maguire Michael, laborer, house 7 Queen 

Maguire Michael, Merrimac, house Christian, Centralville 

Maguire Michael, hostler, bds. Lafayette House 

Maguire Patrick, laborer, house 251 Middlesex 

Maguire, see McGuire 

Mahan Catharine, widow, house 1 Edgerley's court 

Mahan James, woolsorter, bds. 1 Edgeiiey's court 

Mahan James, spinner, clerk, bds. 5 Suffolk corp. 

Mahan Owen, laborer, house 47 Chapel 

Mahan Patrick, woolsorter, bds. 1 Edgerley's court 

Mahan Thomas Mrs. house Putney's court 

Mahan Thomas, woolsorter, bds. 47 Chapel 

Mahancy Martin, house 62 Suffolk 

Mahantiey Mary Miss, house 7 Kidder 

Maher Michael, mason, house 12 Grreen 

Maher Patrick, woolsorter, bds. 16 William 

Maher Patrick, laborer, bds. 3 Summer 

Maher Patrick J. fireman, B. & L. R. R. house 44 South 

Maher William, carder, house 3 Summer 

Maher William, laborer, house 5 Cummiskey's alley 

Mahoney Daniel, laborer, house 12 Cross 

Mahoney Florence, laborer, house 88 Suffolk 

Mahoney John Mrs. house Davidson's lane 

Mahoney John, laborer, house 1 Cross * 

Mahoney John, laborer, house Marion, n. Cross 

Mahoney Michael, laborer, house 10 Cross 

Mahoney Michael, laborer, bds. Davidson's lane 

Mahoney Michael J. laborer, house 114 Suffolk 

Mahoney Patrick, fireman, house 51-|- Lowell 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, house 31 Cedar 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, bds. 53 Mass. corp. 

Mallard Michael, dyer, house rear 71 River, Centralville 

Mallen Patrick, bds. 23 George 

Malcolm Frank, beltmaker at Whiting & Co.'s, bds. E. Merr. 

Malley John, laborer, bds. rear 25 Middle 

Malley Michael, laborer, bds. rear 25 Middle 

Mallon Lawrence, laborer, house Fenwick 

Malone Thomas, laborer, bds. 51^ Lowell 

Malone , widow, house 64 Gorham 

Maloney Catharine, widow, bds. 34 Hamilton corp. 
Maloney Catharine Miss, house 2 Coburn, Centralville 
Maloney James, blacksmith, house 86 Middlesex 
Maloney Owen, laborer, house rear 194 Gorham 
Maloney Patrick, tanner, house Lincoln, n. Chelmsford 
Maloney Patrick, teamster, house 67 Gorham 
Maloney Patrick, picker, house 49 West Union 
Maloney Sarah, widow, house 313 Middlesex 



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Maloy Edward, gasfitter, bds. 116 E. Merrimac 

Maloy Margaret Mrs. house rear 17 Union 

Maloy William, laborer, bds. 116 E. Merrimac 

Manahan Addie N. teacher, bds. Branch, west of School 

Manahan Arthur, house rear 170 Merrimac 

Manahan John F. real-estate agent, h. Branch, west of School 

Manahan Joseph, bds. 87 Salem 

Manahan Kirk, clerk, bds. 71 Bridge, Centralville 

Manahan Mark, carpenter, house 71 Bridge, Centralville 

Manahan Owen, laborer, house Davidson's lane 

Manahan Samuel X house 87 Salem 

Manchester Margaret, widow, house Little 

Maney Martin, laborer, house 28 Gorham 

Mangan John, saloon, 329 Central, liouse do. 

Mangan Thomas, switchman, B. & L. R. R. h. 182 Gorham 

Mangley Harry, finisher, bds. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Manice John, operative, bds. 29 Cabot 

Manley Emma, widow, house 4 Pleasant 

Mann Harriet E. widow, bds. 66 Andover 

Mann John, laborer, house 51 Charles 

Manning Bridget Mrs. house rear 31 Middle 

Manning Daniel W. intelligence office, h. 286 Merrimac 

Manning Dennis, grocer, 30 Adams, house do. 

Manning Jerome F. counsellor, bds. 105 Gorham 

Manning Julia, widow, weaver, bds. 29 Hamilton corp. 

Manning John, laborer, house Fitzpatrick block, Lowell 

Manning John Mrs. house 30 Adams 

Manning John Mrs. house rear 38 Dummer 

Manning Lyman B. civil engineer, bds. 105 Gorham 

Manning Mary, grocer, 12 Winter, house do. 

Manning Michael, laborer, house 40 South 

Manning Nancy Mrs. boarding-house, 105 Gorham 

Manning Patrick, machinist, house 149 Lowell 

Manning Patrick, carder, bds. 5 Suffolk corp. 

Manning Patrick Mrs. house 18 Lowell 

Manning Sarah, widow, bds. rear 71 River, Centralville 

Manning William, laborer, house Third 

Manning William, laborer, house 26 Hurd 

Mannix Patrick H. machinist, bds. 13 Hamilton corp. 

Mansfield Albert F. machinist, house r. 103 Howard 

Mansfield Frank, machinist, bds. r. 103 Howard 

Mansfield Gardiner S. variety store, 6 Tilden, house do. 

Mansfield Jonathan, house 114 Central 

Mansfield Matthew, laborer, house Hancock avenue 

Mansur Aaron Mrs. house 39 Nesmith 

Mansur Benjamin K. clerk, 146 Central, bds. 3S Bartlett 

Mansur David, blacksmith, house 8 Third, Centralville 

Mansur Elijah H. machinist, bds. 236 Central 

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Mansur George, teamster, house 5 Wamesit court 

Mansur Henry L. turner, bds. 85 Howard 

Mansur Horace, machinist, house 236 Central 

IMansur Stephen Mrs. house 38 Bartlett 

Mansur William G. {Fletcher 4- M.), 146 Central, h. 11 Harrison 

Manuel Albert, carpet-cleaner, house 3 Court avenue 

Manuel James {Proctor is M.),2 Prescott 

Marble Charles H. painter and variety store, h. 330 Merrimac 

Marcy Larra, fancy-goods, 332 Merrimac, house do. 

Mardin Joseph, carpenter, house 313 Middlesex 

Maren Michael, laborer, house 40 South ^ 

IMargeson Christopher, pistolmaker, bds. 113 Central 

Marin Peter, currier, house 11 Cedar 

Maris Peter, laborer, house 9 Cabot 

Marin Samuel P. clerk, 134 Merrimac, bds. 19 Kirk 

Marks James, laborer, house 62 River, Centralville 

Marks William, painter, house 105 High 

Marr Charles F. chairmaker, bds. 53 Hanover 

Marr James Patrick, moulder, bds. 44 South 

Marr John, mariner, bds. 44 South 

Marr Patrick J. fii-eman, house 44 South 

Marr William, moulder, bds. 44 South 

Marren James, grocer, 34 Lowell, house 14 Clark 

Marren Peter, currier, house 11 Cedar 

Marrinan Mary, widow, house 12 Winter 

Marriot John, jr. trunkmaker, 68 Central, house 19 Andover 

Marriott Charles W. carpenter, house 100 Middlesex 

Marsh Elias P. machinist, house 14 Adams, Franklin Square 

Marsh Izette S. dressmaker, 52|- Merrimac, house do. 

Marsh James R. cigarmaker, 70 Merrimac, bds. 6 Ash 

Marsh John, produce dealer, house 226 School 

Marsh William J. mason, house 11 Race 

Marshall Abner H. blacksmith, house River road, Dracut 

Marshall Alonzo, clerk, bds. 19 Clay 

Marshall {Alvin) & Crosby ( C7^ar/'es T.), cabinetmakers, 262 

Middlesex, house at Tewksbury 
Marshall Andrew, Middlesex, house 76 Warren 
Marshall Asaph R. {Tyiiff S>- M.), Lowell Wrench Co., r. Arch, 

house Grand, south of Chelmsford 
Marshall Avery, farmer, house Parker, near city line ^.^ 

Marsliall Bradley, machinist, house 13 Appleton corp. 
Marshall Charles, farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Marshall Dorcas, widow, house River road, Dracut 
Marshall Henry, police, house 10 Church 
Marshall Herbert (B.), house River road, Dracut 
Marshall Herman, Middlesex, house 19 Clay 
Marshall Hezekiah, farmer, house Parker, near city line 
Marshall Horatio C. mason, house River road, Dracut 

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Marshall Isaac N. clerk, northern depot, house 31 Branch 

Marshall James G. machinist, bds. 31 Branch 

Marshall John E. carpenter, house 25 Adams 

Marshall John H. spinner, house 25 Appleton corp. 

Marshall John J. woolsorter, house rear 22 Cabot 

Marshall {Joshua N.) & Varnum (/. P.), counsellors, 3 Barris- 
ter's Hall, house 33 Bartlett 

Marshall Josiah, laborer, house 19 Holbrook's court 

Marshall Lois Mrs. house 32 Bleachery 

Marshall Mary, widow, house rear 16 Dummer 

Marshall Moses, designer, Lane & Nowell's, house 27 Willie 

Marshall Rufus W. farmer, bds. 32 Bleachery 

Marshall Thomas, bobbin-room, bds. rear 36 Appleton 

Marston Andrew B., Merrimac corp., house 56^ do. 

Marston Ai-thur, clerk, 164 Merrimac, bds. 51 E. Merrimac 

Marston Frederick A., Merrimac corp. house 55 do. 

Marston Jonathan C. overseer yard, house 41 Tremont corp. 

Marston Mary A. Mrs. bds. 51 E. Merrimac. 

Marston Susan, dressmaker, 114 Central, house do. 

Martin Albert R. hostler, bds. 32 Tremont corp. 

Martin Albert R. hostler, bds. 23 Lowell 

Martin Bernard, mason, house 18 Adams 

Martin Daniel, laborer, house Cross, n. Marion 

Martin Edward, carpenter, house 27 North. 

Martin Edward, mason, house Broadway, n. Adams 

Martin Enoch M. foreman D. S. Kimball's, house 80 Howard 

Martin Franklin, tin-peddler, house 2 Dane 

Martin George, gigger, bds. 27 Suffolk corp. 

Martin George L. variety store, 11 Merrimac, house do. 

Martin Hannah, variety store, 294 MeiTimac, house do. 

Martin Henry, designer, house First, Central ville 

Martin Israel, laborer, house 1 Pearl 

Martin John, farmer, house 98 Adams 

Martin Laurin, clerk, LoweU Institution for Savings, and the old 
Lowell National Bank, bds. 100 Appleton 

Martia Louisa, widow, house 11 Fifth, Centralville 

Martin Lorenzo W. carpenter, bds. 115 Middlesex 

Martin Mary S. Mrs. boarding-house, 67 Lowell Machine Shop 
corp. 

Martin Mchael Mrs. house 39 River, Centralville 

Martin Thomas, tailor, J. Quinn's house, 195 Central 

Martin Toussauit, di-esser, house 27 Appleton corp. 

Martin William T. overseer knitting, house 77 Lawrence corp. 

Marvel Bradford, clerk, bds. Pawtacket, cor. School 

Marvel Caleb M. city assessor, h. 54 Pawtucket 

Marvin Daniel B. truck repairer, b. 109 Appleton 

MaskaU Joanna, widow, h. Little 

Mason Andrew A. spinner, b. 18 Mass. corp. 

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Mason Charles, overseer picker, b. 43 Tremont 

Mason Charles, operative, b. 43 Tremont eorp. 

Mason Daniel W. bobbinraaker, h. 87 Broadway 

Mason Edward H. clerk, 98 Merrimac, b. 38 Cabot 

Mason Joseph, watchman, b. 140 Merrimac corp. 

Mason Magloire, bedsteadmaker, b. 10 Middlesex place 

Mason Peter, laljorer, h. 2 Dempsey's yard 

Mason R. Eleazer, fruit, &c. 79 Central, h. 4 High-st. square 

Mason Thomas A. mariner, b. 222 Central 

Mason William D. h. 1 Mason's court 

Masta Joseph A. Indian physician, h. 241 School 

Masterson Ann, widow, h. 341 Central 

Masterson James, picker, house r. 29 Hanover 

Masterson Jane Mrs. h. 3 Crosby 

Masterson John, h. Salem, n. Decatur 

Masterson John, currier, b. 13 Hurd 

Masterson Thomas, laborer, h. 13 Hurd 

Mather John & Co. {Thos. Mather J. Sf T. Barry), cotton booking 

manufs. Grorham, n. Thorndike, h. 141 Gorham 
Mather John, h. 141 Gorham 
Mather Joshua, machinist, bds. 141 Gorham 
Mather Thomas (John Mather Sf Co.), b. 141 Gorham 
Mathes Abraham, carpenter, h. Westford, n. Grand 
Mathews William, weaver, h. Methuen, Centralville 
Matthews Catharine, widow, h. 40 Appleton 
Matthews Frances Mrs. h. 48 Appleton 
Matthews Sarah, widow, h. 18 Auburn 
Maxfield James G. medical student, b. 68 Lawrence corp. 
Maxfield Jared P., Union Bolt Co. h. at Dracut 
Maxfield Rufus A. overseer spinner, h. 40 Lawrence corp. 
Maxfield Stephen C. Mrs. boarding-house, 68 Lawrence corp. 
Maxfield Stephen W. machinist, b. 68 Lawrence corp. 
Maxwell Alexander, washer, b. 7 Lowell corp. 
Maxwell James, spinner, h. 8 Jefferson 
Maxwell William, weaver, b. 21 Lowell corp. 
May Isaac, teamster, b. 67 Salem 
Mayberry Benjamin B. h. 72 Middlesex 
Mayberry Eliza, variety store, 72 Middlesex, h. do. 
Maynard Beriah Mrs. h. 43 South 
Maynard Caleb I. W. lace and fancy goods, 76 Merrimac, house 

47 Third, Centralville 
Maynard Eliza Miss, boarding-house, 16 Hamilton corp. 
Maynard John M. h. 49 Dutton 
Maynard Stearns, sawmill, h. 32 Smith 
Maynes James, laborer, h. 20 Keene 
Mayo Isaac F. mariner, h. Forrest, c. Stevens 
Mazuzan John, folder, b. 17 South 
McAlarney William, h. 3 North 

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McAlarney William H. hairdresser, b. 3 North 

McAleer Charles, operative, h. 5 Edgerly's court 

McAleer John, laborer, h. 71 Gorham 

McAleer Joseph, machinist, h. 4 George 

McAloon Arthur {Blakely, Firth 8f Co.), Pleasant, h. 51 Kiver, 

Centralville 
McAloou Edward, laborer, house r. 61 Middle 
McAloon Michael, laborer, h. 51 Kiver, Centralville 
Mc Alpine John, machinist, b. 204 Central 
McAlpine Peter, weaver, h. 204 Central 

Mc Alpine Thomas D. b 204 Central (Lieutenant Reserve Corps) 
McAlpine William T. b. 204 Central 

McAlvin Granville K. clerk, 30 Merrimac, b. 1 Methuen, Cent. 
McAlvin John Mrs. h. 1 Methuen, u. Seventh 
McAlvin John B. counting-room, Suffolk, h. 1 Cabot block 
McAlvin John H. city clerk, City Gov't building, house 24 Fourth, 

Centralville 
McAnaney John, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, bouse Parker's block, 

Centralville 
McAnelly Ann, widow, h. 2 Baldwin's court 
McAnn Robert, operative, b. 31 Hamilton corp. 
McAnuUy Patrick, tailor, h. 39 Chestnut 
McAnulty Barney, carder, b. 3 Edgerly's court 
McAnulty Bridget, widow, house Lincoln place 
McAnulty Francis, 25 Central, b. 5 Hurd 
McAnulty James, h. 18 Summer 
McAnulty James, weaver, b. 138 Lawrence 
McAnulty James, cigarmaker, b. 148 Central 
McAnulty John, h. 5 Hurd 
McAnulty John, laborer, h. 15 Green 
McAnulty Lawrence, laborer, boards r. 15 Summer 
McAnulty Mary, widow, house r. 15 Summer 
McAnulty Michael, woolsorter, b. 3 Edgerly's court 
McAnulty Patrick, operative, house 24 George 
McAnulty Peter, laborer, h. Tyler's block, Centralville 
McAnulty Peter, operative, h. 44 Green 
McArlhur Hector, machinist, b. 29 Suffolk 
McArthur Nancy P. widow, h. 29 Suffolk 
McArthur William, moulder, h. 30 Willie 
McAtee Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Madison 

McAvanue Patrick, blacksmith, h. 6 Brown's court, Centralville 
McAvoy Dennis, moulder, b. 1 William 
McAvoy Lucy, widow, h. 53 Middle 
McAvoy Margaret, widow, house r. 100 Suffolk 
McAvoy Michael, laborer, h. 36 Lewis 
McAvoy Patrick, laborer, h. 82 Charles 
McBride John, laborer, h. 18 William 
McCabe Alexander, laborer, h. 3 Maiden lane 

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McCabe Betsey, widow, h. 58 Dutton 
McCabe Daniel, carder, h. 53 Grorham 
McCabe Ellen, widow, h. 42 Middle 
McCabe James, watchman, h. 29 Walnut 
McCabe Mary, widow, h. 40 Appleton 
McCabe Mary, widow, b. 36 Boott corp. 
McCabe Michael, laborer, h. 17 Lee 
McCabe Peter, dyer, h. Wall 

McCafFerty, James, watchman, h. 61 River, Centralville 
McCaffery Thomas, laborer, h. rear 59 Middle 
McCaffrey John, laborer, house r. 13 Summer 
McCaffrey Patrick, laborer, house 58 Middle 
McCaffrey Patrick, 2d, laborer, house 58 Middle 
McCaffrey Peter Mrs. house rear 17 Summer 
McCaffrey Peter, machinist, house 23 Green 
McCaffrey Terrence, dyer, house 16 Jefferson 
McCagin Julia, widow, boards 132 Lowell 
McCahey Catharine, widow, h. Lowell, n. Hanover 
McCahey Jane, widow, house 32 Charles 
McCahey Mary, widow, house 27 Summer 
McCahey Thomas Mrs. widow, h. 32 Charles 
McCallicut Catharine, widow, house 35 Summer 
McCallicut Maurice, track repairer, house 35 Summer 
McCann Arthur, grocer, 52 Glorhara, bds. 113 do. 
McCann Bernard, farmer, bds. 37 Massachusetts corp. 
McCann Catharine, widow, house 15 Middle 
McCann Francis, laborer, house 25 Middle 
McCann John, grocer, 40 Gorham, house 113 do. 
McCann Thomas, laborer, house 16 George 
McCanna Mary, widow, h. 6 Theatre block, Lowell 
McCanna Patrick Mrs. boards 103 Gorham 
McCanna Patrick, laborer, house 7 Wall 
McCanna Sarah, widow, house 58 Common 
McCanney James, laborer, boards 1 Hurd 
McCanney Nancy, boards 1 Hurd 
McCanney John, grocer, 43 Gorham, h. do. 
McCannon John, laborer, bds. 25 Hamilton corp. 
McCardell John, laborer, house r. 15 Union 
McCardle Joseph, blacksmith, house 71 Charles 
McCarey John, laborer, house Adams, n. Cross 
McCarron Ellen, widow, house 28 Gorham 
McCarron James, provisions, 167 Gorham, h. do. 
McCarron John, laborer, boards 28 Gorham 
McCarron William, laborer, boards 28 Gorham 
McCarter John, watchman, house 41 Summer 
McCarter Maria, widow, house Davidson's lane 
McCarter Wilham, clerk, boards 41 Summer 
MeCarty Ann, widow, house 52 Dutton 

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McCarty Charles, operative, h. 2 MeCarry's court 
McCarty Cornelius, laborer, house Marion, n. Cross 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house r. 71 Adams 
McCarty Daniel Mrs. house rear 71 Adams 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h. Broadway, n. Adams 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, boards 109 Lowell 
McCarty David, laborer, house 1 Marion 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house Cross 
McCarty Elizabeth, widow, house 9 North 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, house 109 Lowell 
McCarty Hannah, widow, house 84 Suffolk 
McCarty Hanora, widow, house 15 Dummer 
McCarty Hugh, laborer, house 64 Suffolk 
McCarty Hugh, operative, h. Common, c. Cross 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house 45 Adams 
McCarty. Jeremiah, spinner, house r. 8 North 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house r. 150 Lowell 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house 20 North 
McCarty Jeremiah, carder, house 32 Lewis 
McCarty Jeremiah, jr. laborer, boards 32 Lewis 
McCarty John, grocer, 58 Middle, house do. 
McCarty John, shoemaker, 12 Lowell, h. do. 
McCarty John, laborer, house 98 Suffolk 
McCarty John, moulder, house 38 Lewis 
McCarty Mary, widow, house Putney's court 
McCarty Mary, widow, house 61 Lowell 
McCarty Michael, spinner, house 8 William 
McCarty Michael, mason, house 64 Suffolk 
McCarty Michael, laborer, h. 5 Suffolk court 
McCarty Michael, house 126 Lowell 
McCarty Michael, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Lowell 
McCarty Michael, laborer, house 98 Adams 
McCarty Michael, laborer, at S. Convers', h. 8 Union 
McCarty Mrs. house 106 Lowell 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 27 Fenwiek 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 35 Lowell 
McCarty Patrick, currier, house r. 104 Suffolk 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, boards Brewery court 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, house 26 North 
McCarty Thomas, laborer, house 2 Carpet lane 
McCarty Thomas, confectioner, house 68 Gorham 
McCarty Thomas, spinner, house 9 North 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house rear 48 Fenwiek 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 5 Union court 
McCarty William, carpenter, house 31 Keene 
McCarty William, job wagon, house 150 Lowell 
McCauley Peter, lumberman, house 3 Garnet 
McCauley Peter, quarrier, house 3 Garnet 

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McCausland Joseph, laborer, h. rear 43 River, Centralville 

McClane George W. hairdresser, bds. Chelmsford road 

McClannan John, laborer, house 14 Winter 

McClellan James, spinner, house 20 Davidson 

McClen George W. barber, bds. Chelmsford, n. Grand 

McCIuskey Francis, machinist, boards 19 Winter 

McCluskey Hugh, boards 19 Winter 

McCIuskey John, bleacher, boards 19 Winter 

McCluskey John, carder, h. 5 Brown's court, Centralville 

McCIuskey Joseph, mule spinner, boards 19 Winter 

McCluskey Michael, laborer, house 19 Winter 

McCluskey Richard, b. 5 Brown's court, Centralville 

McConnon Mary, widow, house 11 Davis 

McCormicb George, carpenter, house 76 Market 

McCormick James, laborer, house 181 Green 

McCormick John, clerk, house 10 Summer 

McCormick Patrick, farmer, h. Front, Centralville 

McCormick Philip, navy, house Dutton 

McCormick Thomas, second-hand clothing, 62 Dutton, b. do. 

McCormick Thomas, engraver, boards 135 Merrimac corp. 

McCormick Thomas, laborer, house 4 Wall 

McCourt Charles, house 4 Shaw's block 

McCourt Mary, Margaret, and Ellen, dressmakers, h. 13 Summer 

McCourt Philip, L. M. S. Foundry, house 15 Summer 

McCoy James E. bedstead maker, bds. rear 31 Cushing. 

McCoy James M. commercial academy, Welles's block, house 2 

Stackpole 
McCoy John, fancy-goods, 2 Welles's block, .h. 13 Charles 
McCoy John, moulder, boards 130^ Merrimac corp. 
McCracken Agnes, widow, house 67 Church 
McCracken Isaac, block cutter, boards 67 Church 
McCracken James, blacksmith, boards 67 Church 
McCracken William S. carpenter, bds. 67 Church 
McCready John, finisher, bds. 27 Suffolk corp. 
McCue Ann, widow, house 42 Gorham 
McCue Ann Mrs. house 32 Gorham 
McCue Hugh, laborer, house 71 Mechanic 
McCue John, coal-miner (Penn.), house 20 Howe 
McCue John, L. M. S. Foundery, house 7 Garnet 
McCue Martin, operative, house 33 Worthen 
McCue Michael, laborer, bds. 42 Gorham 
McCue Patrick, woolsorter, house 10 Green 
McCue Patrick, moulder, house 5 Adams 
McCullough Frank, laborer, house r. 18 William 
McCuUough Mary, widow, house 15 Green 
McCullough Patrick, army, house Main, n. Lincoln 
McCullough Patrick, laborer, house 17 William 
McCurdy John T. G. ca rpenter, house 6 Fifth, Centralville 

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McCurdy Willber G. at freiglit depot, h. E. Pine, n. Nictols 

McCusker Bernard, laborer, house 36 William 

McCusker Mary, widow, house 44 Gorham 

McCusker Michael, laborer, house 1 Green 

McDaniels Elizabeth, teacher, bds. Gates, n. Westford 

McDaniels Ephraim, overseer, house 3 Appleton corp. 

McDaniels John, house Gates, n. Westford 

McDaniels Joseph H. teacher, High School, bds. Gates, n. Westford 

McDaniels Walter H. bds. Gates, n. Westford 

McDermott Ann, widow, house r. 148 Lowell 

McDermott Andrew, carder, house r. 27 Middle 

McDermott Bridget, widow, house 50 Middlesex 

McDermott Dominick, gardener, house r. 90 Gorham 

McDermott Francis, laborer, house r. 141 Lowell 

McDermott Hugh, laborer, bds. 2 Reed's court 

McDermott James, fireman, house 37 Bleachery 

McDermott James, helper, bds. 50 Middlesex 

McDermott James, hostler, hpuse 15 E. Merrimac 

McDermott Michael, gigger, house 7 George 

McDermott Owen Mrs. house 23 Davidson 

McDermott Patrick, laborer, house 37 Keene 

McDermott Peter, laborer, house 38 Adams 

McDei'mott Philip, laborer, house 2 Short 

McDermott Thomas, carder, house 8 Jefferson 

McDonald Alexander, laborer, house 13 Davidson 

McDonald Ann, widow, house 7 Jefferson 

McDonald Catharine, house r. 15 Summer 

McDonald Hugh, washer, house r. 15 Summer 

McDonald James, butcher, bds. 16 Summer 

McDonald James, farmer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

McDonald James, laborer, bds. 49 Cushing 

McDonald James, laborer, house 39 Fenwick 

McDonald James, laborer, house 2 Carolin's block, Fayette 

McDonald Jane, widow, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

McDonald Jeremiah, teamster, house r. 11 Thorndike 

McDonald Jeremiah, laborer, house 26 Common 

McDonald John, engraver, house 101 Merrimac corp. 

McDonald John, dresser, bds. 27 Suffolk corp. 

McDonald John, machinist, bds. 101 Merrimac corp. 

McDonald John, mat manufacturer, 10 Hale, house do. 

McDonald John W. laborer, house 57 Lowell 

McDonald Mary Miss, house 44 Salem 

McDonald Maria, widow, bds. 13 Boott corp. 

McDpnald Margaret, widow, house High-street court 

McDonald Michael, laborer, house r. Front, Centralville 

McDonald Patrick, laborer, house r. 15 Summer 

McDonald Peter, stone-mason, house 2 Knowles place 

McDonald Thomas, farmer, house 20 High 

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McDonnell Thomas, laborer, house 11 Chapel 
McDonnough HoUis, watchman, bds. 139 Merrimac corp. 
McDonough John H. cigars, &c. 73^ Charles, house do. 
McDonough Martin, laborer, bds. 21 Summer 
McDonough Michael, laborer, house 14 George 
McDonough Thomas, laborer, house 21 Summer 
McDonough Thomas, laborer, house 20 South 
McDool Patrick, house Keene 
McDoole Ann, widow, bds. 2 Lowell corp. 
McDowell Wilhelmina, widow, bds. 2 Lowell corp. 
McDufFee Charles H. clerk, 109 Central, bds. 104 Tyler 
McDuffee Charles H. bds. 4 Tyler 
McDufFee Jonas Mrs. house 4 Tyler 
McElhaney William, laborer, house 38 Appleton 
McElhaney William, jr. cardstripper, bds. 38 Appleton 
McElholm William, shoemaker, 240 Merrimac, house do. 
McElvoy James, picker, house 21 Tremont 
McEnroe Lawrence, hau-dresser, 70 Central, bds. 10 Wall 
McEntee Patrick, laborer, house 52 River, Centralville 
McEvoy Bridget, widow, house 22 Spring 

McEvoy Hugh, tailor, 2 Canal block, h. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
McEvoy John F. counsellor, 75 Central, bds. Mt. Pleasant, Cen- 
tralville 
McEvoy John W. machinist, house 90 E. Merrimac 
McEvoy Patrick H. carpenter, bds. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
McFadyen Arthur, loomfixer, bds. 61 L. M. S. corp. 
McFarland Bradford, laborer, house 143 Middlesex 
McFarlin Luke (W. S^ L. McFarlm), bds. Wm. McFarlin's 
McFarlin Mary, widow, bds. r. 1 Summer 
McFarlin Wm. & Luke, ice-dealers, 94 Pawtucket, house do. 
McGann Thomas, spinner, house 3 North 
McGarey Patrick, house rear Fulton, Centralville 
McGarrity John, house 1 Crosby 

McGeachey Alexander, dyer, house Madison, cor. Gorham 
McGill James, millinery, 109 Merrimac 
McGillogly Patrick, laborer, house 15 Green 
McGilvery Duncan, laborer, boards 56 Massachusetts corp. 
McGirty Daniel, laborer, house r. 50 Middle 
McGlaughlin Michael, shoemaker, 22 Gorham, house do. 
McGlinchey James, laborer, house 174 Gorham 
McGlinchey John, laborer, house 26 William 
McGlone Hugh, laborer, house 16 Keene 
McGlone Patrick, laborer, bds. 16 Keene 
McGlone Thomas, grocer, 27 Fayette, house do. 
McGoverin Ann, widow, house 11 William 
McGoverin Francis, fancy-goods, 1 East MeiTimac, house do. 
McGoverin Patrick, laborer, house 11 William 
McGovern Mary, widow, h. 36 William 

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McGovern Patrick, h. 66 River, Centralville 

McGovern Patrick, laborer, h. 37 William 

McGovern Peter, teamster, h. 2 Garnet 

McGovern Peter, laborer, h. Congress, r. Hale's Mills 

McGovern William, laborer, h. 34 William 

McGowen Timothy, helper, b. 14 Winter 

McGowen Thomas, laborer, b. 2 Edgerley's court 

McGowen William, laborer, h. 7 Water 

McGowan William, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, h. 11 Water 

McGrade James, clerk, house r. 27 William 

McGrade James, laborer, house r. 26 William 

McGrade James, moulder, b. 148 Central 

McGrath Henry, laborer, h. 40 Appleton 

McGrath Patrick, laborer, h, 21 Chestnut 

McGrath William N. shifter, Railroad, h. 104 Middlesex 

McGuane John, paver, h. 61 Gorham 

McGuane Michael, carder, house r. 1 Summer 

McGuinness James W. bookkeeper, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 

McGuinness Patrick, boltmaker, h. 19 High 

McGuire Catharine, widow, house r. 28 Fayette 

McGuire Catharine, widow, house r. 25 Middle 

McGuire Cornelius, variety store, 25 Summer, h. do. 

McGuire Francis, h. 12 Keene (30th Reg't) 

McGuire Francis, laborer, h. 50 Adams 

McGuire Hugh, laborer, h. 79 East Merrimac 

McGuire Hugh, laborer, h. r. 61 Middle 

McGuire James, dyer, house r. 57 River, Centralville 

McGuire James, laborer, h. 13 Somerset 

McGuire James, laborer, h. 3 George 

McGuire John, Bleachery, h. 12 Kidder 

McGuire John, laborer, b. 50 Adams 

McGuire John, laborer, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

McGuire Mary, Caty, and Lizzie Misses, h. 61 Church 

McGuire Martin, Bleachery, h. 4 Livingston 

McGuire Michael, laborer, h. Fenwick 

McGuire Michael, hostler, house 13 Somerset 

McGuire Patrick, laborer, h. 34 Cross 

McGuire Sarah Miss, b. 244 Merrimac 

McGuire Susan, widow, b. 99 Gorham 

McGuire Thomas, laborer, b. 1 George 

McGuire Thomas, bleacher, h. 17 Winter 

McGuire, see Maguire 

McGuirk James, laborer, h. 1 Hancock avenue 

McGuirk Patrick, grocer, Suffolk, n. Lagrange, h. 32 Suffolk 

McGuirk Patrick, laborer, h. 2 Green 

McHugh James, clock repairer, 49 Market, h. do. 

McHugh Martin, laborer, h. 33 Worthen 

Mclnnenny Joseph, laborer, h. 28 Water 

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Mclnnerney James, laborer, h. 49 Lawrence 
Mclntee Kate, widow, h. 1 Carpet lane 
Mclntire Alexander, oiler, h. Lincoln place 
Mclntire Elbridge, butcher, h. Wilder, n. Railroad 
Mclntire Elizabeth, widow, h. Lincoln place 
Mclntire Ellen, nurse, b. Branch, c. School 
Mclntire Ira Mrs. h. Clark 

Mclntire , widow, h. rear 100 Lowell 

Mcintosh Jenette, widow, h. 314 Merrimac 

Mcintosh Mary A. Mrs. h. 7 Merrimac cor p. 

McKee Alexander, laborer, h. 2 Mechanic 

McKee David, harnessmaker, 161 Middlesex, house r. 52 River, 

Centralville 
McKee John, boilermaker, h. 8 Broadway 
McKeever Edward, hostler, b. 108 Market 
McKeever James, dyer, b. 80 Middle 
McKeever James, dressertender, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 
McKeever John, laborer, h. 108 Market 
McKeever Patrick, woolsorter, b. 80 Middle 
McKeever William, warper, b. 16 Market 
McKellar David, restorator, 79 Market, h. do. 
McKenna James, laborer, h. 132 Central 
McKenna James, jr. machinist, b. 132 Central 
McKenna Nicholas, machinist, b. 132 Central 
McKenna Owen, waiter, American House, h. 4 Paige 
McKenna Thomas, laborer, h. 10 cedar 
McKenna Wm. watchman, b. 135 Merrimac corp. 
McKenney Eben 0. clerk, 227 Central, b. 40 Bridge 
McKehney John H. blacksmith, h, 14 Lawrence corp. 
McKenney Richard, carpenter, b. Willie, c. Franklin 
McKenney Patrick, b. 148 Central 
McKenzie John, laborer, h. 63 Middle 
McKenzie William, patent leather worker, h. Canada 
McKeon John, woodturner, b. 269 Middlesex 
McKeown Andrew Rev. h. 11 Fourth, Centralville 
McKeown John, bootmaker, 34 Central, h. 18 Market 
McKeown Lawrence, h. rear 57 River, Centralville 
McKeown William, Middlesex, h. 48 Andover 
McKinney Stephen P. hairdresser, 153 Middlesex, b. 4 Hamilton 

corporation 
McKiernan Edward, laborer, h. Front, Centralville 
McKiernan John Mrs. h. 42 Appleton 
McKiernan John, spinner, h. 42 William 
McKinley John, laborer, h. 58 Gorham 
McKissock Robert, shoemaker, 6 Prescott block, house Parker's 

block, Centralville 
McKnabb Robert, laborer, h. 18 Green 
McKnight James (Cal.), h. 16 Payette 

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McKiiight Mary, widow, h. head Lawrence-st. court 
McLane William, painter, b. 72 L. M. S. corp. 
McLaughlin Ann, widow, h. 7 North 
McLaughlin Bernard, laborer, h. 4 Swift 
McLaughlin Charles, laborer, b. 1 Greorge 
McLaughlin Charles, laborer, h. 39 Adams 
McLaughlin Edward, provisions, 13 Middle, h. 46 do. 
McLaughlin Edward, mason, h. 15 Willie avenue 
McLaughlin Francis, tender, h. 81 Merrimac corp. 
McLaughlin Frank, laborer, b. 4 Swift 
McLaughlin Frank, J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, b. John-st. avenue 
McLaughlin James, Print Works, house r. 15 Summer 
McLaughlin James, bootmaker, boards 49 Charles 
McLaughlin James, h. 8 North 

McLaughlin James, shoemaker, 116 Central, h. 49 E. Charles 
McLaughlin John, laborer, h. 37 Lowell 
McLaughlin John, laborer, h. 18 Green 
McLaughlin John, bootmaker, boards 49 Charles 
McLaughlin John laborer, bds. 48 West Union 
McLaughlin John, laborer, house 1 Green 
McLaughlin John Mrs., house Little 
McLaughlin Margaret, widow, house 49 Charles 
McLaughlin Mary, widow, house John-street avenue 
McLaughlin Mary, widow, house r. 24 Lowell 
McLaughlin Michael, operative, bds. 10 Summer 
McLaughlin Michael, L. M. S. house 53 Gorhara 
McLaughlin Michael, watchman, house 18 High 
McLaughlin Philip, laborer, house 47 Gorham 
McLaughlin Thomas, dyer, boards John-street avenue 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, boards 49 Charles 
McLaughlin Timothy Mrs. house 68 Suffolk 
McLaughlin, see McGlaughlin 

McLean Robert, machinist, boards 72 L. M. S. corp. 
McLeer James, operative, boards 3 Tremont corp. 
McLees Archibald, shoemaker, house 36 Appleton 
McLees Thomas, shoemaker, 154 Middlesex, h. 69 School 
McLees Thomas, shoemaker, h. Lawson, cor. School 
McLennan John C. overseer, Lowell, h. Gold, cor. School 
McLenney Margaret, widow, h. Worthen, n. Lowell 
McLenney Thomas, carder, b. Worthen, near Lowell 
McLucas Abraham, machinist, b. 43 Massachusetts corp. 
McLynch Michael, Bleachery, h. rear 4 Livingston 
McMahon Catharine, widow, house 13 Winter 
McMahon Catharine, widow, house 85 Charles 
McMahon Daniel, woolwasher, h. Davidson, cor. Howe 
McMahon Francis, laborer, b. River, n. City line, Centralville 
McMahon Hugh F. house rear 27 Middle 
McMahon Henry, laborer, b. River, n. City line, Centralville 

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McMahon James, finisher, house 13 Winter 

McMahon James, saloon, b. rear 27 Middle 

McMahon James, watchman, h. River, n. City line, Centralville 

McMahon John, Bleachery, house 6 Prospect 

McMahon John, farmer, h. River, n. City line, Centralville 

McMahon John, laborer, bds. 74 Gorham [Livingston 

McMahon Mary, clerk, Gorham, cor. Middlesex, b. Carter, corner 

McMahon Owen, fruit dealer, house r. 13 Winter 

McMahon Patrick, laborer, house 28 William 

McMahon Patrick, laborer, house 38 Lewis 

McManaman Bernard, at Ripley's Mill, h. Thorndike, n. Hale 

McManaman Bridget, widow, house 13 William 

McManus Cornelius, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 11 William 

McManus James, operative, house 5 Summer 

McManus James, mason, house 21 River, Centralville 

McManus John, laborer, house 28 Davidson 

McManus John J. laborer, boards 12 William 

McManus John Mrs. house 12 William 

McManus Michael, laborer, house 33 High 

McManus Owen, operative, 244 Merrimac 

McManus Patrick, laborer, house 26 Davidson 

McManus Patrick, carder, house 9 George • 

McManus Thomas, carder, h. 15 River, Centralville 

McManus Winnie Miss, boards 2 William 

McMaster Irving, shoemaker, boards r. 176 Suffolk 

McMaster John, carpenter, boards 7 Lawrence 

McMaster Lucas I. shoemaker, house r. 176 Suffolk 

McMaster Thomas J. watchman, boards 7 Lawrence 

McMonagal Stephen, machinist, h. Hampshire, Centralville 

McMoran Daniel, spinner, house 83 Moody 

McMorrow Michael, woolsorter, h. 3 Franklin block 

McMulkin John, cabinetmaker, boards 1 Central 

McMulkin Owen, painter, boards 1 Hurd 

McMiillen Alexander, machinist, bds. 12 Suffolk corp. 

McNabb John & Brother (Thomas), grocer, 10 Merrimac, h. South 

McNabb John, laborer, house 56 Middle 

McNabb John, moulder, house 86 Middlesex 

McNabb John, machinist, house 21 Broadway 

McNabb Thomas, dyer, house 9 Kidder [South 

McNabb Thomas {John McNabb Sf Brother), 10 Merrimac, bds. 

McNalley Patrick, tailor, house 39 Chestnut 

McNaboe George, carder, house rear 3 Dodge 

McNally Frank, cardmaker, boards 78 Market 

McNamara Anthony, laborer, house Maiden lane 

McNamara James, laborer, house r. 31 Middle 

McNamara James, laborer, house Fenwick, n. Lowell 

McNamara Owen, house 2 Court avenue 

McNamara Martin, trunkmaker, bds. 80 Market 

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McNaraara Mary, widow, boards 15 Davis 

McNamara Michael, laborer, house 41 Willow 

McNamara Michael, laborer, house 42 Lowell 

McNamara Michael, giaiger, house 42 William 

McNamara Patrick, house Linden, corner Auburn 

McNamara Thomas, machinist, boards 42 William 

McNamee Charles, baker, bds. 93 E. Merrimac 

McNeilJ. Clander, machine patternmaker, ,b. 13 Hamilton Corp. 

McNeill William T. carpenter, h. 7 Fourth, Centralville 

McNeese INl^chael, laborer, house 23 High 

McNorton Jeannette, widow, house 3 Mechanic 

McNulty Charles, laborer, house 34 Middle 

McNulty John, dyer, house 50 Dutton 

McNulty Patrick, weaver, house 10 Floyd 

McNulty, see McAnulty 

McOsker Fergus, sashmaker, house 5 Summer 

McOwen Timothy, mason, house 48 South 

McPeek Hannah Mrs. house 47 Middle 

McPhetres Betsey Mrs. house 30 Charles 

McPhetres Samuel A. at" Courier" office, 21 Central, h. 30 Charles 

McQuade Ann, house 148 Central 

McQuade Arthur, laborer, boards 14 George 

McQuade Bridget, widow, house 42 Gorham 

McQuade Bridget, widow, house 14 George 

McQuade Bridget, widow, house 2 William 

McQuade Ellen, widow, house 55 Middle 

McQuade Francis, saloon, house 8 William 

McQuade James, laborer, house 9 Summer 

McQuade James, machinist, bds. 34 Hamilton corp. 

McQuade James, dyer, house 56 Middle 

McQuade James, laborer ,..h. Manchester, Ayer's City 

McQuade John, laborer, b. Manchester, Ayer's City 

McQuade Joseph, L. M. S. boards 9 Summer 

McQuade Margaret, widow, house r. 29 Middle 

McQuade Mary, widow, b. Front, Centralville 

McQuade Matthew, woolsorter, house 15 William 

McQuade Matthew, carder,' b. 14 George 

McQuade Michael, laborer, h. 23 Green 

McQuade Michael, house 22 Winter 

McQuade Patrick, machinist, b. 148 Central 

McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 19 Spring 

McQuade , widow, house r. 15 Union 

McQuaid E. moulder, b. Mt. Vernon, n. Liberty 

McQuaid James A. moulder, b. Mt. Vernon, n. Liberty 

McQuaid Murty, laborer, h. Mt. Vernon, n. Liberty 

McQueen Daniel, spinner, b. 51^ Lowell 

McQueeney Michael, b. Green near George 

McQuesten John, clerk, 132 Merrimac, h. Moody, c. Cabot 

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McShaffrey John, cun-ier, house 31 Summer 

McShea John, laborer, house 2 Knowles place 

McShea Owen, laborer, house 118 Middlesex 

McSoley John Mrs. house 47 Essex 

McSorley Alexander, grocer, 80 Middle, house do. 

McSorley Edward, dyer, boards 80 Middle 

McSorely Mary, widow, house 244 Merrimac 

MeSwegan Patrick, house 15 William 

McSweney James, spinner, house 82 Gorham 

McTeage Peter, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 

McVey Daniel, house 83 Charles 

McVey Daniel, jr. laborer, boards 83 Charles 

McWade Melissa, boarding-house, 80 Merrimac corporation 

McWilliams James, laborer, boards 2 William 

McWilliams John, L. M. S. Foundry, house 15 Summer 

jMcWilliams Thomas, finisher, boards 35 Bleachery 

McWilliams William, moulder, house 15 Summer 

Mead Artemus, shoecutter, house 45 Bartlett 

Mead George G. painter, house 74 Church 

Mead John, tailor, house opposite 30 Adams 

Mead John, laborer, house 21 Hamilton corporation 

Mead Matthias, agent, stoves and tinware, 37 E. Merrimac, house 
16 Alder 

Meifd Patrick, tailor, 175 Middlesex, house 14 Willie avenue 

Mead Ransom L. tanner, boards 74 Church 

Mead Thomas, laborer, house rear 38 Appleton 

Meadowcroft James, house Moore, near Whipple 

Meadowcroft John L. boards Moore, near Whipple 

Meagher Bridget, widow, house 2 Charles 

Meagher John, currier, at E. G. Cook's, house Titrner 

Meagher Martin, currier, house Liberty, near Chelmsford 

Mealey Elizabeth, widow, house 1 Beed's court 

Mealey Frank, spinner, house 70 Biver, Centralville 

Mealey John J. stampmaker, boards 1 Beed's court 

Mealey Michael, spinner, house 4 Beed's court 

Meall Daniel, loomfixer, boards 23 Hanover 

Meanan Hanora, widow, house 36 Davidson 

Meaney Edward, laborer, house 53 Market 

Mears David, Merrimac, boards 1 and 2 Merrimac corporation 

Mears Peter, fireman, house 250 Middlesex 

Mears Porter, teamster, house 8 Boott corporation 

Mecham Samuel, loom harness maker, house 1 Morse's lane 

Medley John, spinner, house 26 North 

Meehan James, cigars, &c. 17^ Merrimac, house 14 Lowell 

Mehan Brothers, furniture, &c. 24 Prescott 

Mehan Daniel, tanner, rear 18 Winter 

Mehan (John) & Brother (Oioen), housekeeping goods, 24 Pres- 
cott, house Webster, Centralville 

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Mehan Mary, widow, house rear 18 Winter 
Mehan Owen {John Mehan ^ Brother), boards 13 Fayette 
Mehan Thomas (Mehan Bros.'), 24 Prescott, h. Hampshire, Cen- 
tral ville [house 131 Merrimac corporation 
Meldrum Robert, Chemical Works, Pawtucket, north of Moody, 
Mellen Charles B. cabinetmaker, house 172 Gorham 
Mellen James, shoemaker, 26 Dutton, h. 62 L. M. S. corporation 
Mellen James Mrs. dressmaker, h. 62 L. M. S. corporation 
Mellen John, spinner, house 27 Union 
Mellen John L. house 2 Green's court 
Mellen Lawrence, house Fenwick 
Mellen Patrick, butcher, house Andover, corner Water 
Meloy John, tailor, 82 Central, house 6 Decatur 
Meloy John A. hostler, boards 6 Decatur 
Melvin Alonzo L, spinner, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 
Melvin Benjamin, machinist (Boston), house 4 Ford 
Melvin Benjamin F. bootmaker, 3 Prescott block, house 51 Co- 
burn, Centralville 
Melvin Benjamin F. jr. shoemaker, house Old road, Centralville 
Melvin Betsey Mrs. house 23 Marshall 
Melvin Charles F. boards 50 L. M. S. corporation 
Melvin Charles F. moulder, boards 50 Worthen 
Melvin Dawes, machinist, house 50 L. M. S. corporation 
Melvin Dustin B. machinist, house 31 Marion 
Melvin Eliza, widow, house 8 Hurd 

Melvin Goodman B. shoemaker, Parker's block, h. do. Centralville 
Melvin Harriet L. Mrs. house 381 Merrimac 
Melvin James {A. B. Richardson Sf Co.), clothing, 23 Central, 

house 23 Marshall 
Melvin Jerome B. insurance agent, house 14 High 
Melvin Joshua, shoemaker, house 65 Fletcher 
Melvin Lucy, widow, house 26 Bartlett 
Melvin Marietta, teacher, boards 381 Merrimac 
Melvin Rufus, machinist, house 76 Third, Centralville 
Mendum John, house rear 13 River, Centralville 
Mercer Richard P. house 89 Appleton 
Merchant J. Gilman, machinist, boards 109 Appletop 
Meredith Edward, painter, house 17 Fayette 
Meredith James, laborer, house 9 Fayette 
Meredith Rose, widow, house 9 Fayette 
Merriam Albert, chair manuf. 84 Broadway, house 168 do. 
Merriam Eliza, teacher, boards 20 Austin 
Merriam Jacob A. carpenter, house 20 Austin 
Merriam Mary A. widow, house 20 Austin 
Merrill Alphonzo, job wagon, house 11 Fifth, Centralville 
MerriU Ambrose J. weaver, house 11 Third, Centralville 
Merrill Bartlett C. at 37 Merrimac, house 30 Hurd 
Merrill Charles M. boarding-house, 4 Lowell corporation 

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Merrill Clarinda, widow, boards 55 Chapel 

Merrill Edwin, teamster, house 72 Bartlett 

Merrill Elizabeth, widow, boardiug-house, 13 Suffolk corporation 

Merrill Farnum, silk peddler, house 48 Elm 

Merrill Horatio N. Merrimac corporation, house 50 do. 

Merrill John F. overseer, house 19 Lawrence 

Merrill Joshua, bookseller and bindery, 37 Merrimac, h. 23 Chapel 

Merrill Oliver H. machinist, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 

Merrill Osborn, carpenter, h. 4 Third, Centralville 

Merrill Samuel H. machinist, h. 17 N. Franklin court 

Merrill William P. carpenter, h. 14 Clay 

Merritt Almira, widow, h. 18 Cabot 

Merritt Charles, carpenter, h. 100 Middlesex 

Merritt William, laborer, house 8 Hurd 

Meserve Eben, depot master, Merrimac St. Depot, h. 24 Appleton 

Meserve Eben, jr. shoemaker, h. 37 Appleton 

Messenger Enoch, operative, house 71 Warren 

Messer Abiel, stonemason, h. 1 High-street square 

Messer Henry L. confectioner, h. 1 High-street square 

Messer Sybil, widow, h. First, n. Bridge, Centralville 

Metcalf George E. overseer, h. Bacon, Centralville 

Metealf Martin L. dyer, house 24 Cady 

Metyger Wendell M. carpenter, b. 35 Massachusetts corp. 

Midgley Thomas, weaver, bouse 20 Ash 

Miles Alfred, machinist, at W. Robinson's, h. London 

Miles Charles, carder, b. 12 Suffolk corp. 

Miles Frank, teamster, house 102 Howard 

Miles Freeman, currier, house 109 Howard 

Miles James, machinist, house London 

Miles James, provisions, 71 Market, h. do. 

Milet James, laborer, boards 21 Summer 

Milet Thomas, laborer, boards 21 Summer 

Miller Alton, wood- worker, b. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Miller Asa P. teamster, boards Whiting 

Miller Eliphalet, weaver, b. ,37 Tremont corp. 

Miller Frederick, laborer, bds. 87 Moody 

Miller George W. boarding-house, 10 Suffolk corp. 

Miller George, gardener, Mrs. W. Livingston's, h. 11 Marshall 

Miller Henry, wood-worker, b. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Miller James R. bedstead maker, h. 120 Cross 

Miller Joseph, carpenter, 10 Central, h. 17 Willie avenue 

Miller Mary H. widow, boards 33 Adams 

Miller Oliver, shoemaker, house 16 Salem 

Millett Edward, operative, house 3 Tremont 

Milliken Frank J. clerk (B.), h. 10 Melntire 

Milliken John, upholsterer, house 1 Hurd 

Mills Benjamin T. machinist, h. 18 Tremont corp. 

Mills Eliza Mrs. house 218 School 

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Mills Henry, weaver, boards 113 Central 
Mills Henrietta L. di-essmaker, 7 Merrimac, h. do. 
Mills Hiram B. machinist, house 3 High 
Mills Hugh, moulder, house 39'L. M. S. corp. 
Mills Martin V. machinist, h. 45 Lawrence corp. 
Mills Samuel, stonecutter, house 29 Howard 
Milner Thomas Mrs. house 17 Marshall 
Mimnaugh John, stonecutter, house 57 Hamilton block 
Miner Abram, laborer, h. Westford, n. Gates 
Miner Charles, weaver, h. 122 Menimac corp. 
Miner Marville Mrs. house 30 William 
Miner Rosa, widow, house 24 William 
Minogue Charles, watchman, bds. 43 Lawrence corp. 
Minot Charles A. chair-painter, boards 90 Middlesex 
Minot Willard, house 11 Howard 
Minter James, American Bolt Co. 
Minter John, machinist, boards 13 Willow 
IMitchell Cynthia, widow, boards 2 Lowell corp. 
Mitchell Daniel F. {Blood i^ 3L),\i. Varney, c. Mt. Washington 
Mitchell George E. house 35 Ehn 
Mitchell James, gig-tender, bds. 136 Merrimac corp. 
Mitchell John, stonecutter, b. 192 Middlesex 
Mitchell Joseph, laborer, house 330 Merrimac 
Mitchell Lydia Mrs. bds. 3 Suffolk corp. 
Mitchell Margery, widow, house r. 12 Mill 
Moan Mary, widow, house rear 25 Lowell 
Moar Stephen, overseer, h. 25 Merrimac corp. 
Mofiatt James, laborer, h. 44 Gorham 
Moffit Henry S. machinist,, h. 58 W. Union 
MoUahan Peter, grocer, 44 Gorham, b. 7 Summer 
Molloy George, trunk-maker and emigration agent, 58 & 60 Cen- 
tral, house 1 Molloy 's court 
Molloy Margaret, widow, house r. 76 Charles 
Monaghan Arthur, laborer, house rear 272 Merrimac 
Monaghan Cornelius, laborer, h. 4 Coburn, Centralville 
Monaghan Henry, laborer, house r. 4 Lee 
Monahan Ann, widow, house 28 High 
Monahan Ann, house rear 18 William 
Monahan John, laborer, house 24 Jefferson 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, boards 28 High 
Monahan Peter, clerk, boards 7 MoUoy's court 
Monahan Thomas, fuller, house r. 15 Willie avenue 
Monahan William, laborer, house 12 Davidson 
Monday Ann, widow, h. r. 18 William 
Mongovan Henry J. blacksmith, bds. 83 Moody 
Mongovan Joseph A. packer, bds. 7 Ford 
Mongovan Mary, widow, house 7 Ford 
Mongovan Thomas, Bleachery, house 5 Livingston 

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Monk Luther F. carpenter, Ms. 114 Merrimac corp. 

Monroe Frank, tanner, house Lincoln 

Monroe George L. brakeman, boards 32 Branch 

Monroe Lang, carder, house 9 Hamilton corp. 

Monroe Margaret, widow, h. 53 River, Centralville 

Monroe Sophia, widow, house 5 Parson's court 

Monroe William H. painter, boards 83 Howard 

Monteith Robert, blacksmith, h. 60 Massachusetts corp. 

Mooar George F. pistolmaker, house 157 Middlesex 

Mooar George F. Mrs. variety store, 157 Middlesex, h. do. 

Moody Alphonzo F. painter, house 22 Warren 

Moody Amos P. (Bartlett ^ M.), b2 Middlesex, h. 82 Appleton 

Moody Andrew, superintendent, L. M. S. house 1 Kirk 

Moody David, machinist, b. 75 Lowell Machine Shop corp. 

Moody David J. house 387 Merrimac 

Moody Delana, widow, house 43 Tremont 

Moody Frederick, picker, bds. 140 Merrimac corp. 

Moody Job, teamster, house 149 Merrimac corp. 

Moody Joseph D., Indian physician, 184 Central, house do. 

Moody Samuel S. machinist, h. 16 L. M. S. corp. 

Moody Sarah Mrs. house 133 Merrimac corp. 

Mooney Ann, widow, house 52 Dutton 

Mooney Benjamin G. police, house 29 Willie 

Mooney Bridget, widow, house 19 E. Merrimac 

Mooney Christopher, grocer, 19 E. Merrimac, house do. 

Mooney John, teamster, house Short 

Mooney John C. carpenter, boards Chapel 

Mooney Michael, house 18 Winter 

Mooney Peter, dresser, house 24 Massachusetts corp. 

Mooney Samuel, Mrs. house 79 E. Merrimac 

Mooney Samuel, fireman, house 12 Tremont corp. 

Mooney Thomas, laborer, house 10 Wall 

Moore Albert, laborer, h. 297 Central 

Moore Albert M. law student. Barrister's hall, h. 30 Clay 

Moore Azubah, widow, house 61 West Union 

Moore Betsy, widow, boards Gorham, n. R. R. 

Moore Cynthia B. Mrs. dressmaker, house 150 Suffolk 

Moore Charles, sawyer, bds. 5 Jackson 

Moore David M. mechanic, bds. Howard House 

Moore Edwin, machinist, bds. 5 Jackson 

Moore Francis E. teacher, Chapel-street Primary School 

Moore George, Middlesex Mills, house Water, n. Andover 

Moore George E. blacksmith, bds. 61 West Union 

Moore George N. photographer, 112 Merrimac, bds. 16 Bartlett 

Moore Horatio N. overseer, house 86 Lawrence corp. 

Moore Horatio N. manufacturer of millinery goods, 225 Middlesex, 

house do. 
Moore Horatio N. photographer, 112 Merrimac, bds. 66 Bartlett 

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Moore Hugh, laborer, house 23 Cedar 

Moore Humphrey F. machinist, house 3 Tilden 

Moore James A. student, bds. 30 Clay 

Moore James M. overseer, house 30 Clay, cor. Oak 

Moore Jesse Mrs. house 4 Moore 

Moore John E. carder, bds. 134 Merrimac corp. 

Moore John Gr. overseer, house 245 Central 

Moore John L. shoemaker, house 36 Cabot 

Moore John N. bootmaker, 193 Central, house do. 

Moore John R. blacksmith, house 33 High 

Moore Joseph, engineer. Mechanics' Mills, house 14 Rock 

Moore Lucius B, cigar manuf. house 6 Moore 

Moore Mary G. widow, house 1 Suffolk corp. 

Moore Salathiel, boots and shoes, 193 Middlesex, h. Moore 

Moore Simeon Mrs. bds. Moore 

Moore Thomas, engineer, house 34 Willie 

Moors Albert, Bleachery, house 297 Central 

Moran Ann, widow, bds. 23 Appleton corp. 

Moran Bernard, spinner, house 99 Lowell 

Moran Ellen, widow, house 13 River, Centralville 

Moran James, laborer, house 37 Fenwick 

Moran John, cigars, 3 Bridge, house do. 

Moran John, operative, house 105 Merrimac corp. 

Moran John, laborer, house 37 Fenwick 

Moran John P. carpenter, boards 102 Moody 

Moran Joseph, operative, house Decatur 

Moran Lizzie, nurse, bds. r. Smith, n. Mt. Vernon 

Moran Margaret, widow, house Front, Centralville 

Moran Margaret, widow, bds. 185 Lawrence 

Moran Michael, Prescott, house 15 E. Merrimac 

Moran Michael, house 66 Suffolk 

Moran Patrick, laborer, house 11 Fenwick 

Moran Patrick, laborer, bds 37 Fenwick 

Moran Patrick, cooper, Suffolk, house 102 Moody 

Moran Thomas, marbleworker, bds. 150 Middlesex 

Moran Thomas, moulder, house r. Smith, n. Mt. Vernon 

Moran William, cardstripper, house 74 Lowell 

Moran William, laborer, bds. 185 Lawrence 

Moreland Charles, machinist, bds. 70 L. M. S. corp. 

Morey Clara, widow, house 71 Adams 

Morey Dolly, widow, bds. 32 Bartlett 

Morey Greorge E. C. machinist, bds. 71 Adams 

Morey G-eorge P. {Knap'p S^ M), 44 Central, h. 380 Merrimac 

Morey Sherman M. foreman, 235 Middlesex, house 43 Branch 

Morey Thomas J. peddler, house 52 Tyler 

Morey William, printer, " Citizen " office, house 32 Bartlett. 

Moriarty Cornelius, laborer, house 3 Quigley's alley 

Moriarty Joanna, widow, house 20 Adams 

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Morgan Christoplier, house 36 Lawrence corp. 

Morgan Christopher, jr. spinner, bds. 36 Lawrence corp. 

Morgan Ebenezer, real-estate agent and employment office, 314 

Merrimac, bds. 36 Lawrence corp. 
Morgan Shapley, house 39 Walnut 
Morrill Charles, principal, Green School 
Morrill Elizabeth, widow, house 31 Chapel 
Morrill Eugene, painter, bds. 31 Chapel 
Morrill Ezra, carpenter, house 81 Broadway 
Morrill Hannah A. Miss, fancy-goods, 66 Merrimac, h. 31 Chapel 
Morrill Henry P., Merrimac corp. bds. 39 do. 
Morrill Leonard, watchman, house 39 Boott corp. 
Morrill Mary, widow, bds. 99 Thorndike 
Morrill Nathaniel W. painter, 185 Grorham, house 25 Walnut 
Morrill Samuel T. shoemaker, house 17 Brown 
Morrill Sarah, widow, bds. 21 Middlesex place 
Morrill Sarah Miss, house 120 Moody 
Morris Ann Mrs. house 59 West Union 
Morris Barbara, widow, house r. 9 Little 
Morris Henry, finisher, house 14 Tremont eorp. 
Morris James, laborer, house 36 Middle 
Morris James, baker, house next to Stone Church, Lee 
Morris James, laborer, house foot of Robinson 
Morris James, carder, bds. 55 Hamilton block 
Morris James, peddler, house 13 Broadway 
Morris John Mrs. house 10 N. Franklin court 
Morris John E. machinist, house ION. Franklin court 
Morris Martin, baker, 34 Paige, house do. 
Morrisey Daniel Mrs. house 22 Lowell 
Morrisey Dennis, laborer, house r. 49 Fenwick 
Morrisey Paschal, carriage-maker, bds. 49 Cushing 
Morrison David, tanner, house 10 Decatur 
Morrison Dependence, beltmaker, bds. r. 2 Morse's lane 
Morrison Hannah T. Mrs. boarding-house, 4 Merrimac corp. 
Morrison James, laborer, house 24 Worthen 
Morrison James Gr. overseer, house 33 Elm 
Morrison James L. bds 30 Appleton corp. 
Morrison John, overseer, Appleton corp. house 30 do. 
Morrison John F. music-teacher, bds. 30 Appleton corp. 
Morrison Richard, laborer, house r. 245 Merrimac 
Morrison William D. Mrs. h. 45 Summer 
Morrow Caroline A. h. 52 Chestnut 
Morrow Hugh, moulder, h. 82 Cedar 
Morse Amos M. blacksmith, b. 119 Central 
Morse Albert A. machinist, b. 177 Merrimac corp. 
Morse Aria M. dressmaker, h. 24 Austin 
Morse Bela H. overseer, h. 20 High 
Morse Charles, clothing, 6 Central, h. at Boston 

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Morse Charles H. grocer, 126 Central, h. 39 Andover 
Morse Decatur J. weaver, b. 16 Warren 
Morse Edwin L. spinner, h. 31 High 
Morse Eliza, widow, b. 37 Andover 
Morse Elizabeth, widow, h. 6 Water 
Morse Elizabeth A. widow, b. 24 Austin 
Morse Ezekiel R. hackman, h. 68 Moody- 
Morse Franklin Gr. gardener, h. Bridge, n. Seventh, Centralville 
Morse George H. patent leather worker, b. 81 Appleton 
Morse {Henry 0.) & Gage (Julius F.), liver stable, Monument 

square, Merrimac, h. 29 Stackpole 
Morse Henry S. paymaster. Chase's Mill, h. 65 Lawrence 
Morse Isaiah, b. River road, Dracut 

Morse James C. fruit, periodicals, &c. 133 Central, h. 157 do. 
Morse James F. (Boston), h. 169 Moody 
Morse James N. bookkeeper, h. 45 Willie 
Morse James W., L. M. S. b. 81 Appleton 
Morse Joshua B. clerk, h. River road, Dracut 
Morse Nathan C. shoemaker, h. 177 Merrimac corp. 
Morse Robert, Middlesex, b. 6 Water 
Morse Sarah C. Miss, b. East Pine, n. Carlton 
Morse Thomas E. Mrs. h. 8 Fifth, Centralville 
Morse William G. overseer, h. 46 Mass. corp. 
Morse Willis, machinist, h. 81 Appleton 
Mort James W. cigar manuf. 77 Central, h. 52 Bartlett 
Morton George, colorer, h. 11 Suffolk corp. 
Morton Isaac, painter, h. lower end Water 
Morton Reuben T. (Hicks, Richards Sf M.), Ill Middlesex, bds. 

43 Willow 
Morton True, machinist, h. 3 S. Franklin court 
Morton William, machinist, h. 12 Burns 
Moses Stephen T. millinery, 97 Merrimac, h. 28 Bridge, Cent. 
Motley George, agent, Appleton corp. h. 43 Nesmith 
Mott D. W. contractor, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 
Moulton Charles, machinist, b. 70 L. M. S. corp. 
Moulton Chas. N. foreman, h. .38 Third, Centralville 
Moulton Elizabeth, widow, house r. 91 Appleton 
Moulton Fannie R. dressmaker, 95 Central, b. 12 Hurd 
Moulton Ira Mrs. boarding-house, 113 Merrimac 
Moulton John, jr. boots and shoes, 35 Merrimac, house 38 Third, 

Centralville 
Moulton John L. mason, h. First, n. Reed, Centralville 
Moulton Joseph P. machinist, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 
Moulton (Moses S.) k Hill (G. E.), wood, Button, n. Wamesit 

Mills, h. 102 Middlesex 
Moulton Oliver H. sup't, Hamilton Manufacturing Co. h. 4 Kirk 
Moulton Samuel, teamster, b. Perrin 
Moulton Wyatt, machinist, h. 83 Howard 

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Mowe Daniel Mrs. h. 94 Middle 

Mowe Greorge S. prop. Mowe's Cough Balsam, house Liberty, near 

Chelmsford 
Moxley Philena E. nurse, h. 191 Central 

Moxley , Mrs. h. 191 Central 

Mudgett Wm. A. shoemaker, h. 50 Church 

Mugford Greorge, laborer, h. 320 Merrimac 

Mulcahy James P. painter, h. 76 Lowell 

Mulcahy Michael, operative, h. Lowell 

Muldoon Catharine, widow, h. 13 Davis 

Muldoon Julia Miss, h. Thorndike, c. Hale 

Muldoon Michael, laborer, h. rear 17 Union 

Mulherrin Catharine Miss, h. 10 River, Centralville 

Mulhern Catharine, widow, h. 26 Winter 

Mulhern Patrick, operative, h. 26 Winter 

Mulholland James, laborer, h. 55 Lawrence corp. 

Mulkin Donald, operative, b. 57 L. M. S. corp. 

Mullen Barney, currier, h. Tanners, near Lincoln 

Mullen Charles, carpenter, b. 56 L. M. S. corp. 

Mullen Dominick, labored, h. rear 17 Winter 

Mullen Elizabeth, widow, h. 80 Middlesex 

Mullen Elizabeth, widow, house r. 17 Winter 

Mullen Elizabeth Mrs. b. 2 William 

Mullen James, laborer, h. 69 Gorham 

Mullen James, machinist, h. 84 Middlesex 

Mullen James Mrs. h. 56 L. M. S. corp. 

Mullen John, plasterer, h. 2 Korner's court 

Mullen John, strainermaker, h. 9 Fifth, Centralville 

Mullen John, quarrier, b. 80 Middlesex 

Mullen Joseph, cardstripper, h. 4^ Salem 

Mullen Michael, painter, b. 158 Lowell 

Mullen Patrick, butcher, h. 23 George 

Mullet Sarah A. Mrs. b. Bowers, n. Bacon 

Mulligan Mary, widow, h. 89 Lowell 

Mulligan Patrick, laborer, b. 1 Jefferson square 

Mullyneaux Mary, widow, h. 17 Alder 

Mulranan Patrick, laborer, h. 16 Winter 

Mulray Patrick, laborer, h. 17 Union 

Muh-ay Patrick, laborer, h. 8 Broadway 

Mulready Mary, widow, h. 22 Gorham 

Mulready Mary, dressmaker, b. 22 Gorham 

Mulready Thomas, laborer, house r. 36 Appleton 

Mulvaney Matthew, woolsorter, b. 13 Fayette 

Mulvey John, laborer, h. 98 Lowell 

Mulvey Patrick, b. 98 Lowell 

Mulvey Patrick, picker, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 

Mulvey Peter, laborer, h. Coburn, n. River, Centralville 

Mungan Mary Mrs. h. 7 Third 

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Mungovan Henry, blacksmith, b. 85 Moody 

Munhall John, machinist, b. r. 16 Appleton 

Munn Charles H. Mrs. h. 10 Read, Centralville 

Munn Francis D. overseer, h. 69 Bridge, Centralville 

Munn Frederick, spinner, h. 16 Mass. corp. 

Munn George, teas and coflfee, 12 John, h. Lee 

Munn Miram, laborer, b. 2 Suffolk corp. 

Munroe Charles, machinist, h. 32 High 

Munsey Edgar S. teamster, b. Perrin 

Munsey Timothy, carpenter, h. Perrin 

Munson William B. carder, b. 65 Suffolk corp, 

Murchy Charles, laborer, b. 25 Hamilton corp. 

Murclough Nathan, carder, b. 37 Mass. corp. 

Murkland George, printer, at Penhallow's, house r. 61 Salem 

Murkland James, beltmaker, h. 30 Suffolk 

Murkland James, mason, b. 14 Cady 

Murkland James, shoemaker, b. 14 Cady 

Murkland John, section hand, h. 14 Cady 

Murkland John, jr. Mrs. b. 248 Gorham 

Murkland John W. carpenter, h. 2 Lawrence 

Murkland William, overseer, h. 13 Hancock avenue 

Murkland Woodard E. moulder, b. 14 Cady 

Murphy Catharine, widow, h. 20 Summer 

Murphy Catharine, widow, h. 29 Summer 

Murphy Cornelius, papermaker, h. 132 Lawrence 

Murphy Daniel, provisions, 92 Lowell, h. 20 Lewis 

Murphy Daniel, army, h. Jefferson, n. Lowell 

Murphy Daniel, h. 20 Lowell 

Murphy Daniel, laborer, h. 16 Dumraer 

Murphy Dennis, laborer, b. 2 Swift 

Murphy Edward, gardener, h. 42 Salem 

Murphy Hetty Mrs. h. 20 Summer 

Murphy James (Roxbury), b. 4 Massachusetts corp. 

Murphy James, carder, b. 33 Massachusetts corp. 

Murphy James, woolsorter, b. 28 Suffolk corp. 

Murphy Jeremiah, gardener, h. 7 Andover 

Murphy Jeremiah, carpet-weaver, h. 2 Swift 

Murphy John, tailor, 47 Market, h. do. 

Murphy John, 44 Central, b. 4 Appleton corp. 

Murphy John, filecutter, b. 5 Lagrange 

Murphy John, Lowell, h. 40 Middle 

Murphy John, boltmaker, h. 2 Appleton 

Murphy John, carder, h. 27 North 

Murphy John A. laborer, b. 136 Merrimac corp. 

Murphy John B. Mrs. h. 40 Cabot 

Murphy Joseph, spinner, h. 10 Water 

Murphy Julia, widow, b. 74 River, Centralville 

Murphy Julia, widow, h. 7 Davidson 

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Murphy Julia, widow, h. r. 101 Lowell 

Murphy Martha, widow, h. r. 101 Lowell 

Murphy Mary, h. 90 Suffolk 

Murphy Mary, widow, h. 5 Jefferson 

Murphy Mary, widow, h. Lowell, c. Maiden lane 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h. 46 Church 

Murphy Michael, laborer, b. r. 21 North 

Murphy Michael, machinist, b. 7 Andover 

Murphy Nancy, widow, h. 74 River, Centralville 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. 32 William 

Murphy Patrick, tailor, h. 150 Lowell 

Murphy Patrick, spinner, h. 11 North 

Murphy Stephen, laborer, b. 5 Fenwick 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, h. Jefferson, n. Lowell 

Murphy Thomas, boilermaker, h. 58 Lewis 

Murphy Thomas, blacksmith, b. 292 Central 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, b. 7 Lowell corp. 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. r. 15 William 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. 43 Fenwick 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. 20 Howe 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. Lowell, c. Maiden lane 

Murphy William, laborer, h. r. 114 Suffolk 

Murphy William, laborer, h. 13 Davis 

Murphy William, farmer, h. on plains east of Fair Grounds 

Murphy William J. mariner, b. 13 Davis 

Murphy Mrs. h. 106 Lowell 

Murray Andrew, overseer, Lowell, h. 7 Lagrange 

Murray Catharine, widow, h. 40 Appleton 

Murray Charles, carpenter, b. 24 Suffolk 

Murray Dennis, Bleachery, h. 181 Lawrence 

Murray James, dyer, b. 33 Lagrange 

Murray James, napper, b. 38 South 

Murray James T. clock repairer, h. Pond, e. Water 

Murray John, dyer, h. r. 23 High 

Murray John, laborer, h. 100 Lowell 

Murray Mary, widow, h. 52 Dutton 

Murray Patrick, junk, h. 38 South 

Murray Patrick, spinner, b. 5 Suffolk corp. 

Murray Patrick, laborer, h. 2 Suffolk court 

Murray Thomas, laborer, h. 72 Lowell 

Murray Timothy, blacksmith, b. 14 Winter 

Murray , pedler, h. 1 Cummiskey's alley 

Murrer Joseph, bobbinmaker, Wamesit Mills, h. 12 Midl'x place 

Murtaugh James Mrs. h. r. 25 William 

Murtha Patrick, finisher, h. 27 Bleachery 

Murtough Mary, widow, h. Railroad alley 

Musgrave Edward, dyer, 100 Moody, h. 10 Race 

Musk Jennie, dressmaking, 16 John, h. do. 

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Muzzey Asa A. machmist, Hamilton corp. h. 2 do. 

Myers Bridget, widow, h. 2 Edgerly court 

Myers Ferdiuand J. h. 14 Boott corp. 

Myers Ferdinand J. jr. machinist, b. 1-4 Boott corp. 

Myers Henry L. carder, h. 69 Market 

Myrick John B. machinist, b. 21 Franklin square. 

Myron John, carpenter, h. East Pine, n. Carlton 

NARY DAVID Mrs. h. 16 Davis 
Nary Patrick, laborer, h, 46 West Union 
Nary Sarah, widow, h. 280 Middlesex 
Nash George, harnessmaker, b. 96 Middlesex 
Nash James W. & Co. (N. J. Wier) , stoves and kitchen furni- 
ture, 105 Central, h. 57 Bartlett 
Nash William, currier, h. 22 Linden 
Nason Mary Miss, h. 148 Suffolk 
Nason Phebe, widow, h. 148 Suffolk 
Nawnn John, laborer, h. 97 Men-imac corp. 
Naylor Edward, laborer, h. 29.3 Middlesex 
Naylor George, carpet manuf. Wamesit Power Co. h. 17 Ames 
Naylor «Toseph, woollen carder, h. 16Tremont corp. 
Neal Aurelia C. widow, h. 381 Merrimac 
Neal Charles H. shoemaker, h. 1 Green's court 
Neal Joseph Mrs. h. 85 Howard 
Neal Martha A. teacher, b. 381 Merrimac 
Neal Martha J. clerk, 103 Central, b. 69 High 
Nealley Benjamin F. Mrs. b. 40 Worthen 
Nealley S. Fanny Miss, teacher, b. 40 Worthen 
Needham John, laborer, b. 8 Carpet lane 
Neilon Martin, Bleachery, h. 7 Livingston 
Nelder John B. cabinetmaker, Whipple's Mills, h. 1 Hudson 
Nelson Edwin, dresser, b. 35 Massachusetts corp. 
Nelson Henry, carpenter, b. 5 Suffolk corp. 
Nelson James, bookkeeper, h. r. 73 River, Centralville 
Nelson John, bobbin-turner, h. Kirk avenue 
Nesbett Carrie, widow, b. 3 Lowell corp. 

Nesmith John, U. S. collector, 1 Nesmith's block, h. 83 Andover 
Nesmith Thomas, house Park, near Andover 
Ness Charles I. H. grinder, house 14 Fayette 
Nestor John, laborer, house Hampshire, Centralville 
Nettleton Edwin, conductor H. R. R. bds. Ill Central 
Nevens Robert B. carder, house 8 Merrill's court 
Nevins Christopher, L. M. S. Foundry, house r. 101 Gorhain 
Nevins John R. carpenter, bds. 42 Appleton 
Nevins Michael, house r. 101 Gorham 
Nevins Patrick, house r. 42 Appleton 
Newbert John C. machinist, house River road, Dracut 
Newell Mary R. widow, house 14 Cabot 

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Newell Mary R. widow, house 24 Lowell 

Newell William, mason, bds. 16 Massachusetts corp. 

Newhall Samuel, ehairmaker, house 387 Middlesex 

Newhall Samuel, at 0. Allen's, bds. 4 Appleton corp. 

Newhall Timothy, ehairmaker, bds. 210 Merrimac 

Newton Carlos, carpenter, house 26 Tremont corp. 

Newton Charles E. fruit, &c., Dutton, house 6 Wamesit court 

Newton Henry L. C. Mrs. house 10 Mass. corp. 

Newton John K. spinner, bds. 29 Hamilton corporation 

Ney Elemir J. designer, house 18 Clay 

Nicholas Rolla, watchman on railroad, house 38 Rock 

Nichols Alanson, bookkeeper, house 16 Branch 

Nichols Albert F. {Cole Sf N.), iron and brass foundry, Dutton, 

house 120 Appleton 
Nichols Almira C. Mrs. house 190 Central 
Nichols Charles, clerk, bds. 101 Central 
Nichols Charles C. twine, house 92 E. Merrimac 
Nichols Charles R. clerk, freight depot, bds. 37 Central 
Nichols Converse, blacksmith, 132 Middlesex, house 92 Appleton 
Nichols David, marble works, 59 and 61 Dutton, house 18 Kirk 
Nichols Edward H. bds. 47 Nesmith [over 

Nichols Edwin (G. N. Sf E. Nichols), 109 Market, bds. 31 Han- 
Nichols Frank A. student, bds. 16 Branch 
Nichols George, machinist, bds. 75 L. M. S. corp. 
Nichols Grilraan N. & E. produce, 109 Market, h. 31 Hanover 
Nichols Isaac, marble-worker, house 16 N. Franklin court 
Nichols Jacob, furniture, &c., Dutton, c. Lowell, h. 208 Central 
Nichols John H. clerk, house 3 Harrison 
Nichols John Q. clerk, Dutton, cor. Lowell, bds. 208 Central 
Nichols Levi {A. B. French ^ Co.), 37 Central, bds. do. 
Nichols Thomas, receiving clerk, bds. 25 Market 
Nichols William & Co. {E. D. Fletcher), ^om dealers, old freight 

depot, Thorndike, house 47 Nesmith 
Nierney Owen, Merrimac yard, -bds. 34 Moody *■ 

Nierney Roger Mrs. house 6 Coburn, Centralville 
Nihill Patrick, laborer, house 6 Appleton 
Nimblett George D. house 13 Chapel (30th Regt.) 
Noble George H. machinist, house 151 Broadway, 
Nodders Atkinson, laborer, house 51 Market 
Nolan Cornelius, laborer, house 17 Winter 
Nolan F. sawyer, house 4 Livingston's block 
Nolan Timothy, teamster, house 8 Wall 
Noonan Dennis, laborer, house 56 Lewis 
Noonan Dennis, starcher, bds. 35 Bleachery 
Noonan James, Middlesex, house 21 Pond 
Noonan John, gigger, house 9 George 
Noonan Michael, laborer, house Merrill, opp. Taylor 

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Noonan Patrick, laborer, house 58 Lewis 

Noonan Robert, laborer, house r. 10 Mill 

Norcross Henry, clerk, Ms. Chelmsford, n. Parker 

Norcross {Isaac W.) & Saunders {Charles W.), agents, manufac- 
turers, and dealers in lumber, Middlesex, near Branch, house 
141 Fletcher [near Parker 

Norcross J. Edwin, clerk, A. L. Waite & Co.'s, house Chelmsford, 

Norcross Nicholas W. paymaster, army, bds. 51 E. Merrimac 

Norman Rufas, carpenter, house 48 Merrimac corp. 

Norris Charles E. operative, bds. 43 Lawrence corp. 

NoxtIs FrankUn Gr. carpenter, bds. 18 Abbott 

Norris George B. carpenter, h. Bridge, cor. Old road, Centralville 

Norris George G. S. carpenter, house 92 Merrimac corp. 

Norris George W. livery stable, Warren, n. Central, h. 32 Hurd 

Norris John, mason, house 69 Fayette 

Norris John, jr. mason, house 189 Central 

Norris Lucy, widow, bds. Bridge, cor. Old Road, Centralville 

Norris Maria S. vestmaker, bds. 48 Charles 

Norris Roscellus C. watchman, bds. 135 Merrimac corp. 

Norry David, house 16 Davis 

North Frederick T. dyer, house 31 Elm 

North William, dyer, house 35 Lawrence 

North William L. {Adams, North ^ Go.), 7 Central, h. 47 Tyler 

Northum George R. weaver, bds. 115 Merrimac corp. 

Norton Ann, widow, house 6 Abbott 

Norton Hannah Mrs. house 7 Merrill's court 

Norton James A., B. & N. R. R. bds. Westford, n. School 

Norton James F. gas-fitter, house 15 Marshall 

Norton Sophia Mrs. boarding-house, 72 L. M. S. corp. 

Norton William, machinist, bds. 7 Merrill's coui-t 

Nottage Mary, widow, house 61 Adams 

Nourbourne Alfred {W. RoUnson ^ Co.'), Mechanics' Mills, 
house 8 Adams 

Nourse Francis H. sup't, S. & L. R. R. *and L. & L. R. R., Mid- 
dlesex-st. depot, h. 105 Appleton 

Nourse James P. patternmaker, b. 248 Middlesex 

Nourse John A. carpenter, h. 246 Middlesex 

Noui'se John H. carpenter, h. 248 Middlesex 

Nowell Charles H. clerk, Hamilton Manufacturing Co. b. 141 East 
Merrimac 

Nowell Foster {Lane ^ N.), Fletcher, h. 141 East Merrimac 

Nowell George F. clerk, h. 141 East Merrimac 

Noyes Amos B. machinist, b. 16 Austin 

Noyes Benjamin A. carpenter, h. 16 Austin 

Noyes Benjamin C. teamster, h. Pleasant, Centralville 

Noyes Charles Mrs. h. 47 Fayette 

Noyes Cyrus S. trunkmaker, 68 Central, h. 70 Fayette 

Noyes Gilman C. painter, h. Fulton, Centralville 

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Noyes Henry, shoemaker, b. 17 Walnut 

Noyes Henry M. painter, b. Chapel Hill 

Noyes Huldah C. widow, h. 87 Moody 

Noyes John F. carpenter, 74 Charles, h. 230 Central 

Noyes John W. machinist, b. 16 Austin 

Noyes Joseph, machinist, b. 17 Walnut 

Noyes Joseph L. livery stable. Church, n. Central, h. 16 Churcli 

Noyes Josiah M. machinist, b. 50 Moody 

Noyes Lewis, machinist, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 

Noyes Michael H. upholsterer, b. 171 Gorham 

Noyes Milton J. machinist, b. 50 Moody 

Noyes Newton T. machinist, h. Bradley, Centralville 

Noyes Person, furniture, &c. 39 and 40 Market, h. 1 Auburn 

Noyes William M. machinist, h. 39 Carter 

Nudd David P. teamster, b. 25 Cabot 

Nudd George, painter, b. rear 4 Dodge 

Nudd Sarah P. widow, h. 25 Cabot 

Nugent Michael, junk dealer, 18 Gorham, h. 20 do. 

Nugent Thomas, teamster, h. 20 William 

Nute Andrew T. farmer, h. 14 Elm 

Nute Orin S. b. 14 Elm 

Nute Sewall T. teamster, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 

Nuttall James, spinner, b. 43 Boott corp. 

Nutter Alfred, millwright, house 11 Ames 

Nutter James R., Middlesex, h. Holbrook's court 

Nutter Lewis, painter, h. 90 Middlesex 

Nutter Sarah and Harriet Misses, h. 20 Mass. corp. 

Nutting Benj. F. stonecutter, b. 81 Howard 

Nutting Henry S. mechanic, h. 228 School 

Nutting James, marbleworker, h. 1 Pearl 

Nutting R. L. woodworker, b. 32 Suffolk 

Nye Fanny Mrs. b. 11 Lawrence 

GATES JANE, widow. If. 86 Market 

Gates John F. machinist, b. 86 Market 

Gates John H. b. 29 Cabot (U. S. N.) 

G'Beirne James, laborer, h. 18 Dummer 

G'Beirne Patrick, clothpresser, h. 93 Gorham 

Gber Oliver, patternmaker, h. 11 Lawrence 

G'Brien Ann, widow, h. 5 Union court 

G'Brien Catharine, widow, h. River, n. Brown's court, Centralville 

G'Brien David W. clerk, 51 Central, b. 70 Lawrence 

O'Brien Edward, laborer, b. 54 South 

G'Brien Ellen, widow, h. 4 Swift 

G'Brien Isabella, widow, h. Putney's court 

G'Brien James, carpenter, h. 85 Charles 

G'Brien James, laborer, h. 45 Adams 

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O'Brien John Rev. pastor St. Patrick's Catholic Church, house 
Fenwick, n. do. 

O'Brien John, army, h. Parker's block, Centralville 

O'Brien John, machinist, b. 41 L. M. S. corp. 

O'Brien John, laborer, house r. River, Centralville 

O'Brien John, laborer, h. 3 Luther's court 

O'Brien Lawrence, boilermaker, h."42 South 

O'Brien Marcus, moulder, h. 15 Broadway 

O'Brien Margaret, widow, house r. 31 Middle 

O'Brien Mary, widow, h. 56 South 

O'Brien Mary, widow, h. 42 South 

O'Brien Michael, laborer, h. 28 Davidson 

O'Brien Owen, laborer, h. 26 WiUiam 

O'Brien Owen, laborer, h. 81 Water 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h. 12 Grorham 

O'Brien Patrick, carpenter, b. Merrimac corp. 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house opp. 30 Adams 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h. 40 Adams 

O'Brien Terrance, Bleachery, h. 8 Mill 

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. 70 Lawrence 

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. r. 38 Dummer 

O'Brien Thomas, tanner, b. 103 Grorham 

O'Brien Timothy, laborer, h. 6 Adams 

O'Brien William, spinner, b. 3 Tremont corp. 

Ockington David, painter, h. 56 Andover 

O'Connell David, moulder, b. rear 347 Merrimac 

O'Connell Dennis, laborer, h. Little, n. Lewis 

O'Connell Ellen, widow, house r. 347 Merrimac 

O'Connell James, carder, b. 14 WiUie avenue 

O'Connell John, dyer, h. 6 Kidder 

O'Connell John, tailor, boards r. 347 Merrimac 

O'Connell John Mrs. h. 194 Gorham 

O'Connell John, laborer, b. 194 Grorham 

O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 15 Winter 

O'Connell (Patrick) & Stinson (Chas. W.), blacksmiths, 41 Mid- 
dle, h. 32 North 

O'Connell Richard, carpenter, h. 43 Gorham 

O'Connell Timothy, laborer, h. 5 Wall 

O'Conner Bernard, laborer, h. 12 Coburn, Centralville 

O'Connor James A. machinist, b. Dutton, c. Fletcher 

O'Conner John, fruit, &c. Dutton, c. Fletcher, h. do. 

O'Conner John, laborer, h. 23 Wamesit 

O'Conner JohnM. machinist, b. Dutton, c. Fletcher 

O'Connor Bernard, at Smith Adams', b. do. 

O'Connor Michael, laborer, h. 55 Common 

O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 6 Appleton 

O'Connor Thomas, raarbleworker, h. 42 Salem 

O'Connor Thomas, laborer, h. 15 William 

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O'Connor William, laborer, h. 52 Lewis 

O'Connors Dennis, laborer, h. 29 North 

O'Connors Timothy, h. 90 Appleton (Army) 

O'Day Margaret, widow, h. 148 Central 

O'Donnell John, B. & L. R. R. h. 60 Lewis 

O'Donnell Mary, widow, b. Front, Centralville 

O'Donnell Thomas, laborer, h. 8 Little 

O'Dwyer Martin, cardstripper, h. 28 Gorham 

O'Flaherty Patrick, machinist, h. 89 Lowell 

OfFutt Charles E. upholsterer, 40 Market, h. 14 Abbott 

OfFutt David F. {George Offutt ^ Son), 135 Central, b. do. 

Offutt George & Son {David F.), upholsterers, 135 Central, 

house do. 
OfFutt George F. clerk, P. Noyes's, h. 9 Central 
O'Gara Bernard, laborer, h. 17 High 
O'Gara Patrick, farmer, h. 15 High 
O'Gara William, laborer, h. 1 Hurd 

Ogelvie Nancy Jane, variety store, 85 Merrimac, house do, 
O'Grady John, variety store, 99 Gorham, house do. 
O'Hare Hannah, widow, house 61 Gorham 
O'Hare Jane, variety, 24 Winter, house do. 
O'Hare John, laborer, house Fulton, Centralville 
O'Hare John, Bleachery, house 5 Livingston 
O'Hare Mary, widow, house 62 Moody 
O'Hare Michael, laborer, house 65 Dutton 
O'Hare Peter, laborer, house 102 Lowell 
O'Hare Rosa, widow, house 79 East Merrimac 
O'Hare Thomas, laborer, house 6 Dempsey's yard 
O'Hare Thomas, boots, &c. (Ohio), house 62 Moody 
O'Hare Thomas, Bleachery, house rear 4 Livingston 

O'Hearn James, laborer, house 62 Lewis 

O'Hearn John, mason, house 84 Market 

O'Hearn Michael, painter, boards 62 Lewis 

O'Hearn Michael, moulder, house 104 SufFolk 

O'Hearn , widow, house 10 Cross 

O'Keefe David, dyer, house 34 North 

O'Keefe Patrick, spinner, boards 34 North 

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O'Laughlin Ann, widow, boards 40 South 

O'Laughlin Patrick, laborer, house 2 Carolin's block, Fayette 

O'Leary Michael, laborer, house JcfFerson, corner Lowell 

Oldrayd Joseph, machinist, house 106 Merrimac corporation 

Olney Emery, turner, boards 6 Parson's court 

O'Malley Austin, saloon, 16 William, house do. 

O'Malley Edward, laborer, house 37 Branch 

O'Neil Bernard, grocer, 81 Gorham, boards 28 Summer 

O'Neil Bridget, widow, house Davidson's lane 

O'Neil Catharine, widow, house 1 Hurd 

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O'Neil Daniel, spinner, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

O'Neil Daniel, spinner, house 30 Lewis 

O'Neil Edward, spinner, boards 52 Mass. corporation 

O'Neil Francis, laborer, boards 28 Summer 

O'Neil Hugh, tailor, 1 Hurd, house do. 

O'Neil Hugh, laborer, house 311 Middlesex 

O'Neil Hugh, machinist, house 33 Common 

O'Neil James, tanner, house Lincoln, Ayer's City 

O'Neil James, house Dempsey's yard 

O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, house on plains east of Fair Grounds 

O'Neil Margaret Mrs, house Thorndike, corner Hale 

O'Neil Margaret, widow, house 1 Quigley's alley 

O'Neil Margaret, widow, boards 5 Summer 

O'Neil Margaret, widow, house Fulton, Centralville 

O'Neil Margaret, widow, house 50 Lewis 

O'Neil Mary, dressmaker, 28 Summer 

O'Neil Michael, spinner, house 27 North 

O'Neil Patrick, washer, house 103 Grorham 

OINeil Patrick, dyer, boards 50 Lewis 

O'Neil Terrance, house 28 Summer 

Orange Henry S. house 13 John 

Ordway Charles H. laborer, boards 72 Appleton 

Ordway Charles H. switchman, boards 23 Appleton corporation 

Ordway George B. laborer, boards 72 Appleton 

Ordway George B. switchman, boards 23 Appleton corporation 

Ordway Henry M. watchmaker, 86 Merrimac, house 5 Nesmith 

Ordway Joseph E. machinist, house First, near Bridge 

O'Roarke Farrell, laborer, house 32 Crosby 

O'Rourke Farrell, whitewabher, house 169 Merrimac corporation 

O'Rourke Frank, machinist, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 

O'Rourke James, spinner, boards 148 Central 

O'Rourke John, laborer, house 32 Crosby 

O'Rourke Miles, house 78 Middle 

Orr Robert Mrs. house 57 Market 

Ort Adam, blacksmith, house 30 Rock 

Osborn Edmund E. chairmaker, boards 8 Grand 

Osborn George, laborer, boards 23 Green 

Osborn Louisa A. Miss, house 220 Central 

Osgood Abigail, widow, boards Gorham, near Railroad bridge 

Osgood Alfred, dresser, boards 50 Mass. corporation 

Osgood Asa C. clerk, 46 Merrimac, boards American House 

Osgood Atis, machinist, house 21 Queen 

Osgood Caleb Mrs. widow, house 50 Andover 

Osgood Charles, farmer, house Gorham, near Railroad bridge 

Osgood Charles, weaver, boards 10 Suffolk corporation 

Osgood George N. painter, 252 Merrimac, bouse 254 do. 

Osgood Henry, watchman, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Osgood Irvin, weaver, boards 50 Mass. corporation 

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Osgood Isaac, carpenter, house 43 Churcli 

Osgood Isaac P. machinist, boards 36 Franklin 

Osgood Maria, teacher, boards 192 Central 

Osgood Orin F. clerk, 27 Central, boards 65 Butterfield 

Osgood Samuel, machinist, house 36 Franklin 

Osgood William F. surveyor, house 65 Buttterfield 

O'Shea Cornelius, folder, house 45 Gorham 

O'Shea Pierce, laborer, house 45 Gorham 

Osier Alfred, cardmaker, house 21 Hamilton corporation 

Osmore Edmund, laborer, house Grand, rear Engine House 

Osmore Sarah B. Miss, vestmaker, house 28 South 

Osterhoudt Simeon D. machinist and boarding-house, 38 Lawrence 

corporation 
Otis Samuel, painter, boards 28 Tremont corporation 
Otis Silas D. overseer, house 16 Bleachery 
Otley William, teamster, house 234 Merrimac 
Otter Samuel, knitter, boards 58 Lawrence corporation 
Owen Francis N. bo.ards 52 E. Merrimac 
Owen Matthew, mason, house 44 Church 
Owen William N. provisions, 77 East Merrimac, house 52 do. 
Owen W. Alonzo, musician, boards 52 East Merrimac 
Owens Francis, grocer, 148 Central, boards do. 
Owens James, machinist, house 148 Central 
Owens Patrick, hostler, house 10 Bummer * 

PAASCHE ALEXANBER, carpenter, house Pawtucket, near 

City line 
Packard Amos, teamster, 1 & 2 Com. square, house 37 George 
Packard Charles, operative, bds. 31 Hamilton corp. 
Packard Charles, bds. 62 Memmac corp. 
Packard Eliza Mrs. bds 116 Middlesex 
Packard Joseph, sash and blind maker, bds. 73 Church 
Packard Lucius B. machinist, house 76 Lawrence corp. 
Packard Robert A. stonecutter, house 28 Walnut 
Packard Sarah Miss, house Holbrook's court 
Packard Sarah S. Miss, house 47 Tyler 
Page xA.bram, oyster saloon, 112 Central, house 12 Ames 
Page Adam, clerk, bds. 263 Central 
Page Almira, tailoress, house 325 Merrimac 
Page Ann, widow, house 48 Water 
Page Alonzo, carpenter, house School, opp. Gold 
Page Charles, mason, house 197 Gorham 
Page Charles R. boards 12 Ames 
Page Charles R. cardgrinder, house 10 Boott corp. 
Page Dudley L. laborer, bds. 48 Water 
Page Edward H. mason, bds. 17 Austin 
Page Frank A. clerk, 221 Central, bds. 263 Central 
Page George W. carpenter, house 88 Appleton 

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Page Hannah, widow, bds. 12 Ames 

Page Henry J. {James Y. Page ^ Co.), 265 Merriraac, house 

100 Salem 
Page Isaac, at Guard Locks, Broadway, n. School, house do. 
Page Isaac H. student, bds. 48 Water 
Page I. Henry, machinist, bds. Broadway, n. G. Locks 
Page Ira M. weaver, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 
Page James Y. & Co. {Henry J. Page), stoves and tinware, 265 

and 267 Merrimac, house 100 Salem 
Page Jonathan, carpenter, house 194 Central 
Page J. Frank, carpenter, bds. 194 Central 
Page Lemuel (A. G. Stiles ^ Go.'), Thorndike, h. 26 Appleton 
Page Mary E. teacher, bds. 26 Appleton 
Page Moses C. mason, house 104 Moody 
Page Orange Mrs. house 29 Adams 

Page P. & E. A. Misses, boarding-house, 140 Merrimac corp. 
Page Samuel, mason, house 17 Austin 
Paige Abner K. overseer Merr. P. W. h. 35 Merrimac corp. 
Paige Benjamin 0. Mrs. house 104 Middlesex 
Paige Charles E. transportation agent B. & L. & N. & L. R. R. 

office Northern Depot, bds. Merrimac House 
Paige Harlan 0. machinist, bds. 104 Middlesex 
Paine Catharine, widow, house r. Front, Centralville 
Paine William, overseer, house 23 Suffolk corp. 
Palfrey John C. sup't Merrimac Manuf. Co. house 85 Andover 
Palfreyraan George, clerk (B.), bds. 12 Pawtucket 
Palfreyman John Mrs. house 12 Pawtucket 
Palmer Albert, machinist, house 36 Essex 
Palmer Charles A. machinist, bds. 156 Moody 
Palmer Daniel Mrs. house Bridge, n. City line, Centralville 
Palmer Hannah Mrs. house Belvidere 
Palmer Harding, carpenter, house 53 Hanover 
Palmer Henry W. music-teacher, bds. 75 Middle 
Palmer Horace T. building-mover, house 35 Charles 
Palmer Jacob, tailor, house Hampshire, Centralville 
Palmer John, machinist, house 156 Moody 
Palmer John, Merrimac corp. house 55 do. 
Papps Charles H. filecutter, house UN. Franklin court 
Park John, at G. T. Comins's, house Pine, n. Westford 
Park John, carpenter, bds. 74 Middlesex 
Park Robert ( Goburn Sf P.), masons and contractors, house River 

road, Dracut 
Parker Aiken Mrs. boarding-house, 5 Jackson 
Parker Albert, hackman, Howard House, bds. do. 
Parker Alfred W. dyer, house 2 Tremont corp. 
Parker Alma C. boarding-house 13 Mass. corp. 
Parker Benjamin, shoecutter, house 3 Third, Centralville 
Parker Charles A. laborer, bds. 5 Jackson 

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Parker Charles L. woolsorter, bds. 18 Appleton corp. 

Parker Charles S. clerk, 103 Central, bds. 28 Essex 

Parker Clarence, machinist, bds. 41 Appleton [Centre 

Parker Daniel, physician, 7 Barristers' Hall, house at Billerica 

Parker Daniel B. chairmaker, h. 124 Cross 

Parker David, house 219 Central 

Parker Dustin M. moulder, h. Mt. Vernon, n. Westford 

Parker Eliza W. Mrs. house Pine, near Wilder 

Parker Eliza, boarding-house, 11 Tremont corp. 

Parker Ezra, engineer, Kitson's, h. 43 Fletcher 

Parker Frank F. machinist, house 6 Lagrange court 

Parker George C. dyer, bds. 2 Tremont corp. 

Parker George W. spinner, house 75 Merrimac corp. 

Parker Henry, moulder, bds. 5 Jackson 

Parker Henry E. farmer, house Pine, n. Wilder 

Parker Hiram, physician, 17 John, house do. 

Parker James, carpenter, house 25 Adams 

Parker James L. cardgrinder, bds. 26 Mass. corp. 

Parker Jepthah, farmer, house Pine, n. Wilder* 

Parker Jesse H. bds. 217 Central (U. S. A.) 

Parker John W. laborer, house 12 Church 

Parker Lucy B. house 16 Appleton corp. 

Parker Marcus A. woodturner, house 239 School 

Parker Milan A. laborer, house 5 Bleachery 

Parker Nancy L. boarding-house, 18 Appleton corp. 

Parker Perley Mrs. house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 

Parker Samuel B. overseer, Livingston's Mill, h. 1 Middlesex pi. 

Parker Sarah E. widow, house 6 Third, Centralville 

Parker Theodore E. grocer, 65 East Merrimac, house 104 do. 

Parker Willard, chairmaker, house 218 School 

Parker {William /T.) & Nichols {A. E), bobbin-manuf. Wame- 

sit Mills, house Varney, corner Mt. Vernon 
Parkhurst Ebenezer N. (Idaho), house 63 Butterfield 
Parkhurst Eugene A. machinist, house 5 Chapel 
Parkhurst George W. K. clerk, 45 Central, bds. 159 Central 
Parkhurst Matthias, house 3 Chapel 
Parks George, operative, bds. 31 Hamilton corp. 
Parks George, painter, 173 Central, house 175 do. 
Parmenter Charles H. weaver, bds. 67 Lawrence corp. 
Parmenter Horace, overseer weaver, house 10 Lawrence corp. 
Parmenter Micah, laborer, house 6 Evans block, Railroad 
Parsons Absalom, blacksmith, house lower end Water 
Parsons John, at D. G. Leavitt's, house 23 Howard 
Parsons Joseph R. carpenter, hous-e 55 L. M. S. corp. 
Parsons Joseph Y. carpenter, bds. 109 Appleton 
Parsons William {Orowther S; P.), Lawrence, n. Whipple's Mills 
Parsons ( William) & Gibby {S. J.), copper stamp and block cutter, 

111 Thorndike, house Hale, n. Cambridge 

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Partlow Horatio, watchman, boards 7 Lowell corp. 

Partridge William, teamster, house 285 Middlesex 

Pasho Timothy, laborer, h. Tyler's block, Centralville 

Patch Benjamin, paymaster Merrimac Manufacturing Co. h. 68 
Merrimac corp. 

Patch Ephraim B. & Co. {G. P. Lawrence), auct. and commis- 
sion merchant, 1 and 2 Commercial square, h. 25 Lawrence 

Pateneaud Joseph, baker, house 328 Merrimac 

Patnole Joseph, laborer, h. 1 Tilden court 

Patrick Samuel C. cigar manuf. 70 Merrimac, h. 6 Ash 

Patten Davis B. machinist, h. 125 Merrimac corp. 

Patten John, machinist, h. 26 Lowell 

Patten Joseph A. overseer, h. 46 Third, Centralville 

Patterson Charles J. musician, h. 17 Walnut 

Patterson David, fireman, b. 73 Lawrence corp. 

Patterson Ephraim D. woolsorter, b. 29 Suffolk corp. 

Patterson George W. overseer, h. 27 Lawrence corp. 

Patterson James H. carpet weaver, h. Sawtell place 

Patterson James T. machinist, h. 60 Lawrence corp. 

Patterson Samuel M. dresser, h. 78 Boott corp. 

Patterson WiUiam, carpenter, h. 10 Chestnut 

Paul Ann, widow, h. 7 Favor 

Paul Charles, laborer, h. 86 Middlesex 

Paul Cornelius C, Sargent & Co.'s Express, h. 7 Favor 

Paul George K. gas fixtures (Boston), h. Linden, c. Auburn 

Paul Thomas, overseer, h. 19 Walnut 

Paulint Rozilla, widow, boarding-house, 8 Appleton corp. 

Paulus Paul, cigarraaker, h. 4 Walnut 

Payne William, finisher, b. 23 Suffolk corp. 

Payson James H. watchman, h. 46 Rock 

Payson James H. jr. sashmaker, b. 46 Rock 

Peabody Allen, moulder, h. 14 L. M. S. corp.- 

Peabody Amasa, patternmaker, h. 2 West's court 

Peabody (^ Amasa) Goodhue (0. W.), & Co. manuf. machine 
screws, Howe, house 2 West's court, Middlesex 

Peabody Baldwin (Custom House, Boston) , b. 56 Tyler 

Peabody Frank B. sashmaker, b. Wilder, c. Broadway 

Peabody Isaac, dyer, b. 27 Merrimac 

Peabody James M. dry-goods, 58 and 60 Merr. h. 30 Appleton 

Peabody John T. carpenter, 185 Gorham, h. Madison, c. Burns 

Peabody Joseph, principal, Moody School, h. 9 Everett 

Peabody Josiah G. doors, sashes, and blinds, Wamesit Mills, house 
Wilder, corner Broadway 

Peabody Morton N. doormaker, b. Wilder, c. Broadway 

Pead Samuel F. carpenter, h. 99 Merrimac corp. 

Pearl Auburn F. clerk, W. C. A. b. 33 Hanover [Hanover 

Pearl Frank F. {Washburn & P.), provisions, 31 Market, h. 33 

Pearl Isaac, L. M. S. Foundry, house 13 Queen 

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Pearson Ambrose, ticket-master, Northern Depot, h. Forrest, n. 

Chelmsford 
Pearson Elizabeth B. dressmaker, 131^ Central, b. 101 do. 
Pearson George H. broker, h. Sixth, Centralville 
Pearson Hiram E. Mrs. b. 6 Massachusetts corp. 
Pearson James M. (/. Sf J. M. Pearson), h. 33 Pawtucket 
Pearson John & J. M. grocers, 3 Savings Bank Building, h. Lin- 
Pearson John W. physician, 43^ Merrimac, h. do. [coin, c. Hale 
Pearson J. Prescott, weaver, b. 41 Church 
Pearson Mehitable Mrs. h. 30 Bartlett 
Pearson William, milkman, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 
Pearsons Mary, widow, h. 44 Essex 
Pearse Charles Mrs. h. 81 Church 
Pease Lewis D. (^Blodgett, Reed, 8^ Pease), School, corner Nashua 

E.. R. house 19 Queen 
Peaslee Eben B. machinist, h. 66 Moody 
Peaslee Joseph, weaver, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 
Peaslee Samuel J. carpenter, b. 109 Appleton 
Peaslee Orchard, carpenter, b. 109 Appleton 
Peaslee Sarah P. teacher, b. 91 Summer 
Peavey Charles A. clerk, 96 Market, b. 97 do. 
Peavey Jewett, machinist, b. 9 Dodge 
Peck George A. machinist, h. 20 L. M. S.- corp. 
Peck J. Oramel Rev. h. 57 Merrimac corp. 
Peck Mahala Miss, h. 56 Moody 
Peebles Jason E. spinner, h. 2 Faulkner's block 
Peirce Albert P. , R. R. house 2 Morse's lane 
Peirce George L., Middlesex, h. 1 Pond 
Peirce John N. machinist, Howe, n. Davidson, h. 40 Bartlett 
Peirce John N. jr. cashier, Merchants' National Bank, house 13 

Harrison 
Peirce Leonard, Middlesex, h. 13 Harrison 
Pelkey Napoleon, feltmaker, b. Mclntire 
Pells Hiram, dresser-tender, b. 4 Appleton corp. 
Pelsue George W. machinist, b. 61 West Union 
Pembleton Thomas, spinner, b. 80 Gorham 
Pender Ellen, widow, h. 19 Cross 
Pender John, laborer, h. 8 Broadway 
Pender Michael, operative, h. Lowell 
Pender Michael F. tinsmith, h. Marion 
Pender Thomas, boilermaker, h. 10 Jefferson 
Pender William, laborer, h. 8 Broadway 
Pendergast Gerrit, laborer, h. r. 21 Dummer 
Pendergast Isaac B. carpenter, b. r. 50 Tyler 
Pendergast Mary Mrs. h. r. 50 Tyler 

Pendergast Peter, shoemaker, h. Varnum's Cottage, River, Cent. 
Pendergast Richard (B.), b. r. 50 Tyler 

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Penhallow Benjamin H. book and job printer, 28 Merrimac, house 

7 Fifth, Centralville 
Penhallow Lucy E. Miss, h. 11 Kirk 
Pennell Ada Mfs. h. 16 Market 
Penniman Albert, watchman, h. 10 Hamilton corp. 
Penniman Dean Mrs. h. 75 Salem 
Penniman Franklin H. stone dealer, h. 67 Salem 
Penniman George F., Boston Express, Merrimac Street Depot, b. 

1 Cabot block, Cabot 
Penniman Mary Miss, boarding-house, 61 Boott corp. 
Pennington William F. fancy painter, h. 42 Lagrange 
Peple Anthony, b. 164 Moody 
Percival Daniel, laborer, b. 3 Tremont corp. 
Percival Maria Miss, h. 15 Mass. corp. 
Perham Foster, bookkeeper, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 
Perham Jonathan A. stonecutter, b. Perrin 
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ns ApoUos, carpenter, h. 180 Gorham 

ns Calvin, weaver, b. 4 Tremont corp. 

ns Daniel F. b. 17 Boott corp. 

ns David M. dresser, h. 34 Boott corp. 

ns Francis S. machine shop, 96 Middle, h. 53 Church 

ns George C. farmer, b. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 

ns George C. machinist, b. 166 Central 

ns George C. clerk, 6 Merrimac, b. Mt. Pleasant 

ns George T. machinist, b. 36 Tremont corp. 

ns Henry P. paymaster, Bleachery, h. 278 Gorham 

ns James W. peddler, h. 39 South 

ns Jonathan S. machinist, h. 33 Marion 

ns Major Gilbert, overseer weaver, h. 31 Tremont corp. 

ns Mary, widow, b. 53 Church 

nsPaul, wood, 6 Middlesex, h. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 

ns Susan W. widow, b. 53 Church 

, clerk, 95 Central, b. Merrimac 



Perley Enoch T. carpenter, h. Varney, n. Mt. Washington 

Perrin Goorge, machinist, b. L. M. S. corp. 

Perrin Lewis L. contractor, Lowell Machine Shop, h. 54 L. M. S. 

corporation 
Perrin Mary J. dressmaker, Wamesit Bank building, h. do. 
Perry Charles, shoemaker, Lincoln 
Perry George G. clerk, Tremont Mills, b. 10 Howard 
Perry John B. livery stable, Middlesex, c. Howard, h. 10 Howard 
Perry Oliver H. agent, Middlesex Mill, house at Andover 
Perry Silas 0. moulder, h. 3 Shaw's block. East Pine 
Perry Thomas, carder, h. Coburn, c. River, Centralville 
Persons Albert C. inspector, R. W. Arras Co. h. Cross, n. Willie 
Persons Randolph, carpenter, h. 30 Fourth, Centralville 
Peterson Andrew S. carpenter, b. Pawtucket, n. City line 
Peterson Nelson, carder, b. 17 Appleton corp.' 

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Peterson Rutli B. Miss, h. 148 Suffolk 

Pettigrew John, spinner, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Pettigrew Lyman H. spinner, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Pettigrew Stephen Gr. stationery, h. 106 Middlesex 

Pettingell John, carpenter, Mechanics' Mills, h. 95 Appleton 

Pettingell Walter J. carpenter, b. 95 Appleton 

Pettes Harriet, widow, h.' 35 High 

Pevey Abiel, foreman, L. M. Shop Foundry, house 8 Lowell Ma- 
chine Shop corporation 

Pevey George E. draughtsman, L. M. S. corp. 

Pevey James A. moulder, b. 8 L. M. S. corp. 

Pevey John M. moulder, b. 8 L. M. S. corp. 

Pevey Merrill C. moulder, house 18 L. M. S. corp. 

Phelam Charles P. folder, b. 61 Lawrence corp. 

Phelan James D. gardener, house 9 Davis 

Phelan William H. machinist, house 9 Davis 

Phelps Albro, watchman, b. 43 Lawrence corp. 

Phelps Chester R. carpenter, house 22 L. M. S. corp. 

Phelps Francis H. currier, h. Lincoln, n. Tannery 

Phelps Lorenzo, sup't City Farm, Chelmsford, n. City line 

Phelps Oscar B. laborer, h. 10 Mill 

Philbrick Albanus, harnessmaker, h. 105 E. Merrimac 

Philbrick Caleb, expressman, b. 21 Chapel 

Philbrick Calvin, city messenger. Mayor's office, h. 21 Chapel 

Philbrick Charles, clerk. Locks and Canals, b. 40 Worthen 

Philbrick Charles H. clerk, R. Kitson's, h. 18 Eace 

Philbrick Charles W. Mrs. h. 230 Central 

Philbrick Freeman C. clerk (Boston), b. 21 Chapel 

Philbrick George A. clerk, b. 125 Moody 

Philbrick Moses E. provisions, 348 Merrimac, h. 125 Moody 

Philbrook Emma Miss, h. 224 Central 

Phillips Josiah S. teacher, b. 159 Broadway 

Ph*inney Robert G. beltmaker, h. Thorndike. c. Madison 

Phippen John, cook, h. 12 Fayette 

Phipps Abner J. superintendent of schools, City Government build- 
ing, h. 390 Merrimac 

Phipps Wm. B. gigger, house r. 73 River, Centralville 

Pickering Cyrus C. (/. W. C. Pickering ^ Co.), 40 Merrimac, 
h. 105 Howard 

Pickering James W. C. & Co. (C. G. Pickering), furnishing 
goods, 40 Merrimac, b. 105 Howard 

Pickering Joseph, combfixer, b. 206 Central 

Pierce Abner K. painter, h. 23 Bridge, Centralville 

Pierce Ashbel F. doormaker, h. 36 Rock 

Pierce George Mrs. b. 128 Moody 

Pierce Henry M. operative, b. 67 Lawrence corp. 

Pierce Horace A. b. 37 Branch 

Pierce James D. h. 12 Read, Centralville 

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Pierce (J. B.) k Webster (Charles 0.), painters, 6 Bridge, h. 6 
Second, Centralville 
- Pierce James M. carpenter, h. 70 Lawrence corp. 
< Pierce J. Warren, machinist, h. 16 Lagrange 

Pierce Olive, widow, h. Mammoth road, Dracut 

Pierce Samuel P. coppersmith, h. 23 Third, Centralville 
' Pierce Samuel P. foreman, 8 Jackson, h. 33 Walnut 
' Pierce Thomas B. bobbin shop, h. 12 Tremont corp. 

Pierce Thomas B. mariner, b. 8 Wamesit • 

Pierce VViUiam S. carpenter, h. 17 Marshall 
^ Pike Albert J. hairdresser, 156 Central, h. 77 High 
* Pike Clark D. teamster, b. 34 Branch 

Pike George, operative, b. 31 Hamilton corp. 
^;'Pike Henry K. piper, b. 134 Merrimac corp. 
^ Pike Mary E. teacher, b. 21 John 

Pike Mary J. boarding-house, 21 John 

Pike Sarah A. Mrs. boarding-house, 21 John 

Pike Tryphena, widow, b. 21 John 

Pike Washinoton F. bungmaker, h. 218 School 

Pike William, blacksmith, h. First, n. Bridge 

Pike William, blacksmith, b. 2 Middlesex 

Pillsbury George, student, b. 24 Kirk 

Pillsbury Harlin, physician, 24 Kirk, h. do. 

Pillsbury James B. carpenter, h. 19 Essex 

Pillsbury Lucy Mrs. b. Whiting 

Pillsbury Richard C. overseer, J. C. Ayer's, house 5 Abbott 

Pillsbury Sally, widow, b. 5 Abbott 

Pilsbury Benjamin P. printer, " Courier" office, h. 23 Charles 

Pindar Joseph, at Belvidere Woollen Mills, h. 7 Clay 

Pindar Laura J. teacher, Charles-street Primary School 

Pindar Michael, tinsmith, house 1 Marion 

Pindar Michael, laborer, house Marion, cor. Cross 

Pinder James H. clerk, Post-office, bds. 29 Chestnut 

Pinder Joseph D., U. S. assistant assessor, 2 Nesmith's block, 
house 29 Chestnut 

Pingree Henry B. machinist, house 11 Lagrange court 

Pinkham George E. physician. Central, c. Jackson, h. 31 Charles 

Pinkham James N. machinist, house 29 Charles 

Pinney Alden, farmer, house Pine, n. Chelmsford line 

Pinney Samuel C. carpenter, house 33 Adams 

Piper Ann M. Mrs. house Lincoln, n. Chelmsford 

Piper George W. machinist, house 87 Churcb 

Piper Nancy, widow, house 39 Fletcher 

Pitkins George W. mason, bds. 26 Mass. corp. 

Pitman David, machinist. Middlesex, house 4 Water 

Pitt John, carpenter, West, house do., Centralville 

Pitts Luke, house 299 Middlesex (U. S. A.) 

Place David, engineer, house 34 Rock 

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Place Isaac, door, sash, and blind manuf., Wamesit Mills, house 

137 Fletcher 
Plaisted Ira H. carpenter, house 40 Franklin 
Planche Henry Mrs. house 101 Central 

Plastridge Charles A. fruit, &c. 80 Central, h. Elm, Centralville 
Plastridge Salmon, house 1 Ford 
Plat Margaret, widow, house 22 Davidson 
Piatt James, blacksmith, house 104 Merrimac corp. 
Plimpton Albert B. sash and blind maker, house 6 Favor 
Plimpton Henry, farmer, house Branch, cor. School 
Plimpton Samuel Mrs. boarding-house, 34 Hamilton corp. 
Plumado Oliver Mrs. house Mt. Vernon, n. Westford 
Plummer Charles H. clerk, 130 Merrimac, bds. 104 Moody 
Plummer John, hairdresser, house r. 17 Winter 
Plummer John A. butcher, house Middlesex, n. City line 
Plummer John W. bootmaker, 138 Central, housjp 24 Wamesit 
Plummer William, tailor, bds. 43 Mass. coifKy 
Plunkett Francis C. physician, 5 Welles's block, h. do. 
Plunkett Joseph, woolsorter, house 31 Floyd r 

Plunkett Patrick, cardgrinder, house r. 146 Lowell ^. 

Plunkett Robert J. peddler, house 188 Grorham 
Plympton Edwin H. C. clerk, freight depot, bds. 6 Favor 
Pollard Arthur G. {H. Hosford ^ (7o.),46Merr. bds. 17 Chapel 
Pollard Grorham L. prop. Lowell Island House, h. 57 Andover 
Pollard Joseph S. (Custom House, Boston), house 17 Chapel 
Poison James, moulder, bds. 73 L. M. S. corp. 
Poison Jenny Mrs, house 204 Central 
Pomeroy Roland T. carpenter, house Mammoth road, Dracut 
Pomfred James, at "Courier" office, h. 82 River, Centralville 
Pond Emma C. widow, house 54 Middlesex* 
Pond Erasmus C. laborer, bds. 113 Central 
Poole George H. spinner, house 22 Suffolk corporation 
Poor Charles E. carpenter, house 49 Bartlett 
Poor Eliza C. boarding-house, 52 Boott corporation 
Poor Henry, machinist, bds. r. 25 Middle 
Poor Lucy Mrs. house 43 Essex 
Poor Lydia H. widow, house 49 Bartlett 
Poor Thomas, B. & L. R. R. bds. Branch, cor. School 
Poore J. Edwin, clerk, Prescott Mills, bds. 43 Prescott corp. 
Porter George H. painter, bds. 65 Hamilton block 
Porter James, carpenter, bds. 6 Hamilton corp. 
Porter Mary E. widow, bds. 7 L. M. S. corp. 
Potter Henry, machinist, house 6 Willow place 
Potter James, Mrs. boarding-house, 80 Maiket 
Potter Joseph, overseer, Hamilton corp. house 36 do. 
Potter Joseph W. machinist, house 15 Suffolk corp. 
Potter Sylvester, laborer, bds. 150 Merrimac corp. 
Potter Thomas, colormaker, house 150 Merrimac corp. 

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Potter William, overseer, house 5 Cabot block 

Poulsori Jenny, widow, house 204 Central 

Powell Azro, laborer, bds. 22 Appleton corporation 

Powell Thomas H. spinner, boards 6 Cabot block 

Powers Edward, carpenter, boards 136 ]Men-imae corporation 

Powers Ellen, widow, house 14 Lowell 

Powers Frank, carpenter, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 

Powers Hannibal {Streeter ^ P.),1 John, house 22 Bartlett 

Powers Joel, city assessor, house Fletcher, cor. Broadway 

Powers John, laborer, house 7 Carpet lane 

Powers John, laborer, house 152 Suffolk 

Powers John, machinist, boards 57 L. M. S. corp. 

Powers Mary and Ann, house 24 Hurd 

Powers Michael, farmer, house rear 76 Middlesex 

Powers Michael, laborer, house 42 Fayette 

Powers Michael F. shoemaker, boards 14 Lowell 

Powers Patrick, laborer, house 19 Dummer 

Powers William, hau-dresser, boards 14 Lowell 

Powers William, machinist, boards 67 L. M. S. corp. 

Prarie Isaac, operative, house 43 Salem 

Pratt Amasa, Wamesit Mills, house 10 Butterfield 

Pratt Cyrus W. trader, house 37 Bartlett 

Pratt James H. W. teamster, boards 8 Branch 

Pratt Joseph W. machinist, house 10 E. Merrimac 

Pratt Matthew C. planing and moulding, Wamesit Mills, house 

Varney, near Mt. Washington 
Pratt Obed, hostler, bds. 43 Massachusetts corp. 
Pratt Reuben S., Wamesit Mills, boards 10 Buttei-field 
Pratt Samuel C. bookkeeper, house 156 East Merrimac 
Pratt Thomas, stairbuilder, house 1 Robinson 
Pratt Thomas F. stairbuilder, boards 1 Robinson 
Pratt William F. farmer, house 34 Fayette 
Pray David, teamster, house 15 Smith 
Pray George E. mason, boards 63 JNIassachusetts corporation 
Pray John J. mason, house 63 Massachusetts corporation 
Preble Austin D. fireman, house 42 Lawrence 
Presby Mason W. watchman, house 26 School 
Prescott Alvah, blacksmith, house 1 Lagrange court 
Prescott Augustus L. carder, house 64 Boott corporation 
Prescott Charles, planemaker, house 13 Green 
Prescott Charles H. moulder, boards 13 Green 
Prescott D. Moody, stuccoworker, boards 167 3Ierrimac corp. 
Prescott Eliza A. Mrs. house 18 Marshall 
Prescott Henry A. Mrs. house 14 Tyler 

Prescott James H. machinist, house 168 Merrimac corporation 
Prescott John, bobbinmaker, b. 109 Appleton 
Prescott Lucy Miss, h. 30 Bleachery 
Prescott Lucy S. Mrs. h. 285 Central 

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Prescott Rose, widow, b. 30 Tremont eorp. 

Prescott Samuel D. folder, h. 30 Bleachery 

Prescott William S. machinist, h. 172 Merrimac corp. 

Pressey Howard R. bobbinmaker, b. 4 Livingston block 

Pressey James, produce dealer, h. 16 Tilden 

Pressey Thomas W. constable. Barristers' Hall, h. 217 Central 

Preston Catharine, widow, b. 13 Boott corp. 

Preston Edward, laborer, h. Loudon court 

Preston Egbert C. life ins. agent, 49 Central, b. "Washington House 

Preston Erasmus D. shoemaker, h. 13 N. Franklin court 

Preston John, blacksmith, h. 13 Chapel 

Preston John, copper stamp maker, 193 Gorham, b. do. 

Preston Joseph H. baker, b. 45 Fayette 

Preston Samuel W. shoemaker, h. 7 Decatur 

Price George, laborer, h. r. 8 William 

Pricourt Joseph, bobbinmaker, h. 10 Middlesex place 

Priest Frederick H. teamster, b. 23 Race 

Priest George A. clerk, freight depot, b. 30 John 

Priest Mary J. widow, boarding-house, 30 Boott corp. 

Priest Mary S. widow, h. 23 Race 

Prior Thomas, laborer, h. 32 Lewis 

Prince Edward, b. 384 Merrimac 

Prince John D. Mrs. h. 384 Merrimac 

Prince John D. jr. Mrs. h. Pawtucket, opp. Fletcher 

Prince Robert, manuf. chemist (Billerica), b. 384 Merrimac 

Pringle David Mrs. b. 23 Appleton corp. 

Probert Thomas, machinist, h. r. 20 South 

Proctor Elbridge, beltmaker, at Whiting,& Co.'s, b. 90 Middlesex 

Proctor George H. boilermaker, b. 12 L. M. S. corp. 

Proctor George H. blacksmith, b. 2 L. M. S. corp. 

Proctor Heman, foreman, h. 2 L. M. S. corp. 

Proctor {Horace £.) & Manuel {James), hairdressers, 2 Pres- 
cott, h. Sixth, c. Llewellyn, Centralville 

Proctor James Mrs. b. Loudon court 

Proctor James H. contractor, h. 12 L. M. S. corp. 

Proctor Joseph W. gas fitter, 10 Central, h. Wilder, n. Pawtucket 

Proctor Patrick S. h. 20 Lowell 

Proctor Seward N. carpenter, 183 Central, h. Loudon court 

Proctor Thelford, carpenter, b. 72 L. M. S. corp. 

PuflFer Asahel D. & Co. {Horace Ela), grocers, 32 Middlesex, 
house 25 Chapel 

Puffer Freeman W. clerk, 13 Market, b. 101 Central 

Puffer James F. furniture, stoves, &c. 13 Market, h. 3 Wamesit 

Puffer Louisa Mrs. h. 54 Tyler 

Puffer Stephen, provision dealer, 90 Middlesex, b. 101 Central 

Pulcifer Hervey, A. L. Brooks's, h. Ill Appleton 

Pulcifer John C. painter, b. Ill Appleton 

Pulfreyman John, machinist, b. 29 Essex 

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PuUen George, watchman, b. 6 Hamilton corp. 

PuUen John A. machinist, b. 116 Merrimac corp. 

Purcell James, laborer, h. 39 Salem 

Purcell Margaret, widow, h. Adams block, Adams 

Purcell Thomas, mason, h. 39 First 

Purcell Thomas, laborer, h. 46 Davidson 

Purinton Joshua K. b. 173 Moody 

T\itn-dm(Adam) & Currier (John), soap and candle manuf. Len- 

JWq court, house 12 Lawrence 
Putnam Addison, clothing warehouse, 45 Central, h. Nesmith 
Putnam Eliza, widow, b. 52 L. M. S. corp. 
Putnam Fanny, widow, carder, b. 22 Hamilton corp. 
Putnam Frank P. bookkeeper, 45 Central, b. Nesmith 
Putnam Jacob D. grocer, 5 Prescott block, h. 10 Willow 
Putnam John, machinist, h. 24 L. M. S. corp. 
Putnam Martha Mrs. h. 98 Salem [Rock 

Putnam Perry, patternmaker, Mechanics' Mills, Fletcher, h. 40 
Putnam Warren F. clerk, register of deeds ofl&ce, b. 40 Rock 
Putney John, h. 46 Tyler 
Putney IMary E. Mrs. h. 36 Charles 
Pye Sanford D. machinist, b. E. Pine, n. Carlton 

QUALEY JOHN, machinist, b. 1 William 

Quant George, carpenter, h. 88 Merrimac corp. 

Quesey Sarah, widow, h. E. Pine, n. Carlton 

Quierty Patrick, laborer, h. r. 20 Summer 

Quigley Andrew, laborer, b. 14 Austin 

Quigley Dennis, laborer, h. 4 Quigley's alley 

Quigley James, laborer, h. 4 Quigley's alley 

Quigley Margaret, widow, h. 14 Austin 

Quigley Thomas, mariner, b. 4 Quigley's alley 

Quigley WilHam, laborer, h. 14 Austin 

Quill Francis, laborer, h. 25 Congress 

Quill Margaret, widow, b. 12 Floyd 

Quimby Alonzo P. painter, h. Chelmsford, n. Parker 

Quimby A. Sidney, machinist, b. 138 3Ierrimac corp. 

Quimby Darius, watchman, b. 26 Massachusetts corp. 

Quimby Enoch, overseer repairs, h. 36 Tiemont corp. 

Quimby James, blacksmith, b. 40 Massachusetts corp. 

Quimby James B. painter, 75 East Merrimac, h. 13 Alder 

Quimby Orin, watchman, b. 25 Hamilton corp. 

Quinlan James, laborer, h. 59 Gorham 

Quinlan James, jr. moulder, b. 59 Gorham 

Quinlan John, blacksmith. Am. Bolt Co. h. 55 West Union 

Quinlan Michael, laborer, boards 59 Gorham 

Quinlan Murty, boards 59 Gorham (30th Regt.) 

Quinn Bridget Mrs. house 24 Jefferson 

Quinn James, laborer, house 8 Wall 

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Quinn James, laborer, house 2 Merrill 

Quinn James, blacksmith, house 7 Theatre block 

Quinn James F. machinist, h. 15 Adams 

Quinn John, tailor, 1 Appleton block, h. 7 Hurd- 

Quinn John, moulder, house 5 Wamesit court 

Quinn Maurice Mrs. house rear 37 Fenwick 

Quinn Michael, laborer, house 3 Carolin's block, Fayette 

Quinn Neal, laborer, house rear 44 Gorham 

Quinn Patrick, shoemaker, 38 Gorham, h. 42 do. 

Quinn Peter, grocer, 1 Adams, c. Salem, house do. 

Quinn Thomas, laborer, house 16 Green 

Quirk Mary Mrs. house 6 Kidder 

RABBITT JOHN, laborer, house 14 Mill 

Rabbitt Susan, widow, house 14 Mill 

Racicot H. Alphonse, painter, house 131 Middlesex 

Racicot Maurice, laborer, house 131 Middlesex 

RafFerty John Mrs. house 182 Gorham ^ 

Rafferty Patrick, dyer, house 28 Cedar 

RafFerty Patrick, laborer, boards 182 Gorham 

Rafter James, house 44 Salem 

Rafter Patrick, grinder, boards 35 Middle 

Rafter Patrick, clerk, 47 Lowell, boards 44 Salem 

Ragan Charles, laborer, boards Lowell corporation 

Ragan Dennis, laborer, house Jefferson, near Lowell 

Regan Dennis, laborer, boards Brewery court 

Ragan Dennis, stonecutter, boards 230 Middlesex 

Ragan John, laborer, house Thorndike, corner Hale 

Ragan John, laborer, house 1 Green 

Ragan Margaret Mrs. house 29 Congress 

Ragan Patrick, laborer, house 103 Lowell 

Ragan Patrick, laborer, house Jefferson, near Lowell 

Ragan Thomas, stonecutter, boards 50 Common 

Ragan Timothy, laborer, house Union court 

Rahall John, machinist, boards 3 Crosby 

Rahll Edward, carriagemaker, house 31 Fayette 

Rahll Rose, widow, house 3 Crosby 

Raigne Louis, house 7 Cabot 

Ramsbottom Thomas, blockprinter, house 1 Baldwin court 

Ramsdell Edward L. papercarrier, house 57 Fletcher 

Ramsdell Fanny L. widow, boards 58 West Union 

Ramsdell Franklin F. gigger, boards 109 Moody 

Riimsdell Harry, machinist, boards 72 L. M. S. corporation 

Ramsdell Joseph S. fireman, boards 43 L. M. S. corporation 

Ramsdell Solomon, fireman, boards 25 Hamilton corporation 

Ramsden Joshua, overseer, boards 263 Central 

Ramsey Martha, widow, boards 21 Church 

Rand Enoch S. {Sargent & Co.), expressman, h. 405 Merrimac 

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Rand M. Abbie, variety store, 76 Central, house do. 
Rand Ruth E. nurse, boards 28 Appleton 
Rand Samuel, carpenter, house 223 Middlesex 
Randall Joseph J. B. bookbinder, house Cambridge 
Randall Robert B. clerk, 6 Central, house 10 Chestnut 
Randall Samuel, carpenter, boards 16 Alder 
Randall William, carder, boards 115 Merrimac corporation 
Randlett Charles, policeman, house 47 Fayette 
Randlett Mortimer B. fishdealer, 66 Middlesex, bouse School, near 
Westford [house 282 do. 

Ranger Elias H. carriagemaker and wheelwright, 134 Middlesex, 
Ranger Hannah L. widow, house 8 Mill 
Ranger William F. carriagemaker, house 81 School 
Ranlett Newell A. coal and wood, 15 Freseott, bouse 22 Fourth, 

Centralville 
Ratlief William, spinner, boards 4 Edgerley's court 
Rawlings Elwin Gl. student, boa,rds 62 Lawrence corporation 
Rawlings Seva S. mason, house 62 Lawrence corporation 
Rawson George, hostler, house 21 Church 
Ray John, helper, house 48 Salem 

Ray Orin, cardgrinder, bokrds 51 Massachusetts corporation 
Ray (William JI.) & Hill {Joshua), cabinetmakers, 11 Middle, 

house 7 Oak 
Raymond Anna, vestraaker, boards 159 Moody 
Raymond Daniel, hairwork manuf. 106 Merrimac, house do. 
Raymond Hannah, widow, house 70 Fayette 
Raymond Joseph, tinsmith, house 162 Grorham 
Raymond Liberty C. spinner, boards 134 Merrimac corporation 
Raymond Marcus M. machinist, boards 70 Fayette 
Raymond Samuel E. clerk, gas office, boards 47 Andover 
Raynes Greo. W. (/. Rrtynes 3)- Co.), 43 Central, b. Wash. House 
Raynes Harry, clerk, 43 Central, boards 36 Lawrence 
Raynes James, dresser, boards 2 Suffolk corporation 
Raynes Joseph & Co. (G. W. Raynes), jewellers and manufactu- 
rers of silverware, 43 Central, house 36 Lawrence - 
Rea Adeline, teacher, High-st. Primary School, h. at Tewksbury 
Read Calvin, trader, house 1 Westford 
Read Calvin D. machinist, house Middlesex, near Walker 
Read Brasilia Miss, tailoress, house 81 Appleton 
Read {Elijah M.) & Frye {Frederick), masons and contractors, 

20 Prescott, house Andover road, Tewksbury 
Read George G. stonecutter, house Westford, near Grand 
Read Hannah & Betsy Misses, house 151 Moody 
Read Robert & Son {R. L.), grocers, 30 Bridge, house 20 

Fourth, Centralville 
Read Robert L. {R. Read 8^ Son), boards 20 Fourth, Centralville 
Read William W. trader, h. First, near Read, Centralville 
Ready Ambrose L. clerk, 55 Button, house 34 Marion 

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Ready Darby, laborer, house 4 Winter 

Reardon John, fireman, house Broadway, near Adams 

Reardon Patrick, laborer, house rear 136 Lowell 

Reardon Patrick, fireman, house 4 Lowell place 

Reardon Timothy, stonecutter, boards 119 Central 

Reardon William, laborer, house 31 Fenwick 

Redmond John, laborer, house 8 MoUoy's court 

Redmond Lawrence, marbleworker, house 329 Central 

Redmond Martin, bleacher, house 4 Kidder 

Redmond Philip C. carder, house rear 29 Middle 

Reed Alfred, spinner, house 10 Boott corporation 

Reed Ann, widow, boarding-house, 112 Merrimac corporation 

Reed Charles A., Merrimac corporation, house 38 do. 

Reed Edward E. overseer, house 73 Boott corporation 

Reed Francis, blacksmith, house 288 Central 

Reed George W., Merrimac corporation, house 51 do. 

Reed Gordon, machinist, house 46 Paige 

Reed John, spinner, boards 10 Boott corporation 

Reed John W. counsellor, 4 barrister's Hall, boards 48 Fletcher 

Reed Joseph, engraver, house 78 South 

Reed Mary, widow, house rear 52 River, Centralville 

Reed Michael, laborer, house 16 River, Centralville 

Reed Ransom (Boston), house 28 Tyler 

Reed Rebecca W. Mrs. house 47 Appleton 

Reed Samuel, winder, house 22 Bleachery 

Reed Samuel, laborer, house 3 Tilden court 

Reed Thomas C. laborer, house Mt. Vernon, near Westford 

Reed William (^Blodgett, Reed Sf Pease), School, house Westford 

Regan Matthew, stonecutter, boards 192 Middlesex 

Reiily Bernard, variety store, 143 Central, house 75 Church 

Remond Harmine, widow, house rear 116 Middlesex 

Remond John, operative, house 96 Moody 

Renn, see Wrenn 

Renouf Lawrence, polisher, boards 116 Middlesex 

Reniville Felix, beltmaker, boards 28 Bridge, Centralville 

Reynolds Amasa N. carpenter, house Railroad, near Hale 

Reynolds Bernard, grocer, 93 Lawrence, h. do. 

Reynolds Catharine, widow, h. 100 Suffolk 

Reynolds Daniel, watchman, b. 56 Mass. corp. 

Reynolds Edward, flannel finisher, h. 116 East Merrimac 

Reynolds pJames, laborer, h. 12 William 

Reynolds Mary, widow, h. 116 East Merrimac 

Reynolds Thomas, currier, house 17 Cedar 

Rhodes Benjamin, clerk, b. Gates 

Rhodes John, overseer, h. 15 Hurd 

Rhodes John, jr. b. 15 Hurd 

Rhodes Joseph, weaver, h. 17 Suffolk corp. 

Rhodes Matthew, clerk, b. Gates 

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Rhodes Richard, yarn manufacturer r. 105 Middlesex, h. Gates 

Rhodes William, worsted spinner, h. 170 Gorhara 

Rice Charles E. bookkeeper, b. 51 East Merrimac 

Rice Cortis X. machinist, b. 33 Mass. corp. 

Rice {Edward G.) &, Bailey (^Anso)i), provisions, 131 Central, 
house 249 do. 

Rice Erasmus H. machinist, b. 33 Mass. corp. 

Rice Franklin E. clerk, 44 Merrimac, b. 42 Merrimac corp. 

Rice George AV. painter, b. 124 Central 

Rice Henry M. & J. provisions, 4 E. Merrimac, house 11 Auburn 

Rice Jonathan {H. M. ^ J. H.), 4: East Merrimac, h. 17 Auburn 

Rice John S. machinist, b. 69 Church 

Rice Mary J. Mrs. house 265 Central 

Rice Moses, watchman, Appleton, h. 69 Chui-ch 

Rich Susan, widow, house 26 Bartlett 

Rich Thomas P. shoemaker, 6 Andover, b. 54 High 

Richards Albert D. {Hicks, Richards 4* Morton), 111 Middlesex, 
house 43 Willow 

Richards Henry H. boxmaker, house 30 Front, Centralville 

Richards James C. W. carder b. 79 Merrimac corp. 

Richards John, overseer yard, Merrimac corp. house 37 do. 

Richards Joseph, weaver, b. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Richards Leonard J. mason, boards 17 Andover 

Richards Lewis, picker, b. 138 Merrimac corp. 

Richards Luther, millwright and building mover, house 17 Andover 

Richards Martin, machinist, b. 13 Marshall 

Richards Naomi, widow, house 53 Hanover 

Richards Sarah P. widow, house 30 Front, Centralville 

Richards Watson, mariner, house 30 Front, Centralville 

Richardson Abel, farmer, b. old road, Centralville 

Richardson Alden B. & Co. (/. Melvin), clothing, 23 Central, h. 
26 Church 

Richardson Annie E. teacher, b. 25 Lawrence corp. 

Richardson Benjamin F. engineer, B. & L. R. R. h. 8 Mclntire 

Richardson Charles, carpenter, house 6 Adams, Franklin square 

Richardson Charles H. machinist, house Mammoth road, c. River 
road, Dracut 

Richardson Charles, teamster, house 71 Fletcher 

Richardson Charles H. baggage master. Northern depot, b. Hamp- 
shire, Centralville 

Richardson Charles W. W. restaurant, 175 Middlesex 

Richardson Daniel, weaver, house 34 Mass. corp. 

Richardson Daniel H. butcher, house Middlesex, west of Walker 

Richardson Daniel L. 175 Middlesex, house do. c. Walker 

Richardson Daniel S. & G. F. counsellors, 55 Central, house 21 
Lawrence 

Richardson Deborah Miss, house r. Pleasant, Centralville 

Richardson Edward, machinist, house 15 North Franklin court 

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Richardson Elizabeth B. widow, house r. River, Centralville 
Richardson Elbridge Gr. piano tuner, house 21 Pawtucket 
Richardson Frank L. {L. B. Richardson Sf Son), 108 Central, 

boards Highland, c. Thorndike 
Richardson Gardner, currier, b. Westford, n. Grand 
Richardson George, draughtsman, Lowell Machine Shop, house 4 

L. M. S. Corp. 
Richardson George, refreshment saloon, 21 Merrimac, house do. 
Richardson George, hostler, house 21 Charles 
Richardson George F. (Z). S. 4* G. F. Richardson), counsellor, 55 

Central, house Nesmith, c. Mansur 
Richardson George H. clerk, b. 12 Bnott corp. 
Richardson George M. hairdresser. Monument square, Merrimac, 

boards do. 
Richardson Hannah, widow, house Bridge, n. Old road 
Richardson Ira G. currier, house Westford, n. Grand 
Richardson James B., Merrimac, boarding-house, 9 do. 
Richardson Jerome F. machinist, house 35 South 
Richardson John A. G. clerk, 195 Middlesex, boards East Pine, 
near Carlton [Fletcher 

Richardson John B. grocer, Adams, cor. Fletcher, house Willie, cor. 
Richardson John E. carpenter, boards 75 Merrimac corp. 
Richardson John M. farmer, boards Old road, Centralville 
Richardson Joseph C. machinist, house 2 Morse's lane 
Richardson Joseph L. painter, boards 102 East Merrimac 
Richardson Julian A. clerk, 175 Middlesex, boards 5 Pearl 
Richardson Lewis B. & Son (^F. L. Richardson), brokers, 108 

Central, house Highland, corner Thorndike 
Richardson Maria C. teacher, boards 6 Franklin square 
Richardson Margaret H. boarding-house, 12 Boott corp. 
Ftichardson Menill Mrs. house Old road, Centralville 
Richard.son Oakley E. D. carpenter, boards Bridge, corner Old 

road, Centralville 
Richardson Obadiah W. weaver, boards r. 30 Bridge, Centralville 
Richardson (^Oliver A.) &i Cutter (^Ahijah), gunsmiths, 66 Cen- 
tral, house 102 East Merrimac 
Richardson Samuel A tea and coffee, 3 Merrimac House 
Richardson Sarah C. widow, boards 122 Moody 
Richardson Samuel M. house 17 Market (U. S. A.) 
Richardson Sullivan, restaurant, 18 Merrimac, house First, corner 

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Richardson Sumner, grocer. Old road, house do. Centralville 
Richardson Susan M widow, house 17 Market 
Richardson (^Sjlvester) & Smith (Z). i?.), wood, near Salem, cor- 
ner Common, house School, corner Bowers 
Richardson Thmnas L. overseer, house 25 Lawrence corp. 
Richardson William, engineer, house 90 Appleton 
Richardson William C. weaver, house 2 Merrill 

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Richmond Charles B. paper manufacturer, 80 Lawrence, house 

Andover 
Richmond Misses, house 38 Lawrence 
Rieker Charles E. machinist, b. 19 Chapel 
Ricker Charles H. engineer, boards 7 Lowell corp. 
Rieker Ebenezer, mason, house 19 Chapel 
Ricker Charlotte, widow, boarding-house, 7 Appleton corp. 
Ricker George A. carpenter, boards 19 Chapel 
Ricker Freeman D. spinner, boards 31 Mass. corp. 
Ricker Josiah, fireman, house 7 Lowell corp. 
Ricker Mary S. widow, house 7 Lawrence corp. 
Ricker Timothy, moulder, house 28 Boott corp. 
Ricker ^William , operative, house 30 Lawrence corp. 
Rickhart Henry, machinist, boards 57 L. M. S. corp. 
Riden William, folder, house r. 194 Gorham 
Rideout James, stonecutter, boards 2 Middlesex place 
Ridgway John, woolsorter, boards 75 Boott corp. 
Rigney Michael, laborer, house 23 Summer 
Riley Ann, widow, house rear 13 Charles 
Riley Bartholomew, laborer, house 4 Wall 
Riley Bernard, wood-dealer, 25 Davidson, house do. 
Riley Catharine Miss, boards 29 Walnut 
Riley Charles, laborer, house 64 River, Centralville 
Riley Daniel, laborer, house 43 River, Centralville 
Riley Daniel, tailor, house 25 Fenwick 
Riley Edward, machinist, house 43 Lowell 
Riley Ellen, widow, house 27 Keene 
Riley Hugh, spinner, house 20 North 
Riley Hugh, boards at Breen's, Charles 
Riley James, carpenter, boards 45 Chapel 
Riley James, laborer, house 98 Adams 
Riley James, laborer, house 2 Wall 
Riley James, carder, house 116 Market 
Riley James, currier, house 3 Court avenue 
Riley James, operative, house 5 Theatre block, Lowell 
Riley James, spinner, boards Worthen, near Lowell 
Riley John, clerk, 40 Gorham, boards 113 do. 
Riley John, dyer, house 72 Mechanic 
Riley John, grocer, house Lowell, corner Jefferson 
Riley John, laborer, house 89 Lowell 
Riley John, laborer, house 29 Fenwick 
Riley John, laborer, house East Pine, near Nichols 
Riley John, operative, house 1-4 Keene 
Riley John, Ripley's Mill, house 261 Gorham 
Riley Joseph, chemical plumber, boards 140 Merrimac corp. 
Riley Juha, widow, house 45 Chapel 
Riley Luke, laborer, house Broadway, near School 
Riley Mary, widow, house 2 Fenwick 

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Riley Michael, laborer, house 13 Davidson 

Riley Michael, laborer, house Congress, rear Hale's Mills 

Riley Morgan, laborer, house River, n. Brown's court, Centralville 

Riley Owen, laborer, boards 45 Chapel 

Riley Patrick, laborer, boards 80 Market 

Riley Patrick, laborer, boards 8 Coburn, Centralville 

Riley Patrick, laborer, house next to stone church, Lee 

Riley Patrick, laborer, house 19 River, Centralville 

Riley Patrick, laborer, house 48 Middle 

Riley Patrick, laborer, house rear 78 Lowell 

Riley Peter, laborer, house 35 Keene 

Riley Peter, laborer, house 8 Coburn, Centralville 

Riley Peter, laborer, house 54 Middle 

Riley Peter, house 61 Lowell 

Riley Peter, Lowell, house rear 54 Middle 

Riley Philip, bleacher, house rear 17 Winter 

Riley Philip, teamster, house High-street square 

Riley Thomas, laborer, house Worthen, near Lowell 

Riley Thomas, moulder, boards 4 Lowell 

Rines George, weaver, boards 53 Massachusetts corporation 

Rines John S. dresser, boards 64 Lawrence corporation 

Ring Albert Q. painter, boards 11 Suffijlk corporation 

Ring Charles, painter, boards 39 Lawrence corporation 

Ring Charles C. moulder, house 13 L. M. S. corp. 

Ring Dennis, laborer, house Broadway, near Adams 

Ring Dennis Mrs. house 12 Lewis 

Ring Hannah Miss, house 38 Lewis 

Ring Jeremiah, carpetweaver, house 6 Kidder 

Ring John H. machinist, house 22 Broadway 

Ring Michael, laborer, boards 12 Lewis 

Ring Patrick, operative, boards 50 Common 

Ring Thomas, laborer, house 38 Lewis 

Ring William, dyer, house 6 Appleton 

Riordan John, machinist, house rear 38 Dummer 

Riordan Patrick, paper-maker, house 85 Gorham 

Riordan Susan, widow, house 38 Dummer 

Ripley George & Co. (Joseph and Leonard Church), manuf. of 

cotton barts, wadding, and paper, 6 Middle, house Park, cor. 

East Merrimac 
Ripley Herbert B. tin-raith, boards Smith, near Liberty 
Ripley Joseph B. printer, house Smith, near Liberty 
Ripley Thomas, farmer, house Westford, opposite Queen 
Ritchie Catharine, widow, boards 44 L. M S. corp. 
Ritchie John P. clothing, 50 Central, house 37 Essex 
Rix Benjamin F. music-teacher, house off Methuen, near City 

line, Centralville 
Rix George W., L. & L. R. R. house 86 Howard 
Roach Catharine, widow, house Adams, opp. Catholic Church 

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Roach John, operative, boards 14 Winter 

Roach Lawrence, painter, 1 and 2 Commercial square, house 94 

Gorhara 
Roach Margaret, widow, boards 13 Hamilton corporation 
Roach Michael, laborer, house 85 Gorham 
Roach Michael, engineer, house rear 17 Summer 
Roach Patrick, laborer, house 41 Salem 
Roach William, laborer, boards Marion, near Cross 
Roache Lawrence, billposter, house 94 Gorham ' 
Roane John P. grocer, 83 Gorham, house do. 
Roark Andrew, laborer, house 61 Lowell 
Roark Francis, laborer, house 17 Lee 
Roark John, laborer, house rear 80 Lowell 
Roark John, laborer, house 72 Lowell 
Roark John, house 1 Cummiskey's alley 
Roark Mary, widow, 6 Theatre block, Lowell 
Roark Michael, butcher, house 39 Lowell 
Roark Miles, laborer, house 78 Middle 
Roark Peter, laborer, house 61 Lowell 
Robb Alexander, bleacher, boards 173 Gorham 
Robbins Charles H. mason, house 90 Bridge, Centralville 
Robbins George, blacksmith, house 35 L. M. S. corp. 
Robbins Hannah, widow, boards Willie, cor. Franklin 
Robbins Henry, machinist, house 7 Lawrence corporation 
Robbins Jacob (Custom House, Boston), house 182 E. Merrimac 
Robbins John, mason, house First 
Robbins Sophia T. widow, house 131 Middlesex 
Roberg James, bobbinmaker, house 16 Rock 
Roberts Charles, machinist, house 16 Lawrence corporation 
Roberts George, machinist, boards 36 Massachusetts corporation 
Roberts Henry, spinner, boards 15 Appleton corporation 
Roberts James P. machinist, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 
Roberts John, machinist, house 63 Lawrence corp. 
Roberts John L. teamster, house Mt. Vernon, near Broadway 
Roberts Michael, house 62 Lewis [Centralville 

Roberts Nathaniel, bootmaker, 35 Merrimac, house 24 Third, 
Roberts Timothy, carder, boards 62 Lewis 
Roberts William, dresser, house 175 Merrimac corp. 
Robertson James, gasfitter, house 16 Lowell corp. 
Robertson John, porter, C. P. Talbot & Co.'s house Chestnut 
Robie Solon S. engineer, boards Westford, corner School 
Robinson Alexander, finisher, boards 10 Union 
Robinson Alexander H. paymaster, Applett)n Mill, h. 32 Lawrence 
Robinson Anthony, spinner, house Putney's court 
Robinson Anthony, spinner, boards 3 Reed's court 
Robinson Benjamin & Co. fancy-goods, 39 Merrimac, house 7 

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Robinson Clarence W. bookkeeper, Market House, boards 7 
Harrison 

Robinson Don C moulder, boards 20 Hamilton corp. 

Robinson Emeline Mrs. boarding-house, 5 Boott corp. 
'Robinson Frederick W. millinery, goods, 61 Merrimac, h. 16 Kirk 

Robinson George, spinner, boards 3 Reed's court 

Robinson George, laborer, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Robinson Harrison, sawyer, boards 6 Middlesex place 

Robinson Henry, spinner, boards 3 Reed's court 

Robinson James, spinner, house 68 Lawrence 

Robinson James, laborer, house 10 Keene 

Robinson James, painter, Merrimac corp. house 52 West Union 

Robinson James H. variety store, 23 Market, house do. 

Robinson John, machinist, boards 33 Lagrange 

Robinson Joseph, acid and charcoal, Whipple's Mills, house at 
Billerica 

Robinson Leander, watchman, boards 140 Merrimac corp. 

Robinson Mary A. widow, house 74 Lawrence corp. 

Robinson Robert, filemaker, house 3 Reed's court 

Robinson ( William) & Co. (A. Nourbourne), machinists. Me- 
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Robson George, spinner, boards 28 Tremont corp. 

Robson William, waste picker, house 28 Tremont corp. 

Robson William, jr. spinner, boards 28 Tremont corp. 

Roby Augustus B., Merrimac corp. house 74 do. 

Roby Solon, engineer, B. & L. R. R. boards 43 Massachusets 
corporation 

Rochemont George de, moulder, house 2 Goward place 

Rock William W. spinner, house 40 Walnut 

Rockwood William B. carpenter, house 4 Seventh, Centralville 

RodlifF Ferdinand, superintendent, Hamilton Manufacturing Co. h. 
35 Appleton [35 Appleton 

Rodliff Ferdinand, jr. paymaster, Hamilton Manufacturing Co. b. 

RodlifF Horatio H. {Bennett ^ R.), Moody, house 91 Salem 

RofF Charlotte Miss, house 142 Merrimac corp. 

Rogan Bridget Miss, house 5 Dodge 

Rogan Margaret, widow, house 294 Central 

Rofan Patrick, painter, boards 59 Adams 

Rogan William, stonecutter, boards 85 Howard 

Rogers Barrett, carpenter, house 73 Church 

Rogers Benjamin P. farmer, house High, near NeSmith 

Roofers Bridget, widow, house 40 Lowell 

Rogers Caleb, boards 1 Merrimac corp. 

Rogers Catharine, widow, house 8 Union 

Rogers Charles H. clerk, boards 23 Nesmith 
Rogers David Mrs. house 244 Central 

Rogers Eunice Mrs. boarding-house, 6 Merrimac corp. 

Rogers Frederick, boards 105 Gorham (Capt. Army) 

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Rogers George, tinsmith, house 4 Cross 

Rogers Haniet, widow, house 4 Ash 

Rogers Hugh, operative, house 99 Lowell 

Rogers Hugh, dyer, house 3 Edgerley's court 

Rogers Jacob, hardware, &c. 166 Merrimac, b. Merrimac House 

Rogers John, rag-gatherer, houi^e 1 Summer 

Rogers John, boards 314 School 

Rogers John, laborer, house 32 William 

Rogers John, laborer, house r. 29 Hanover 

Rogers John F. cashier, R. R. National Bank, house 28 Nesmith 

Rogers John G. house 166 Moody 

Rogers Michael, laborer, house 48 Adams 

Rogers Porter, farmer, house High, n. Nesmith 

Rogers Rufus {Lamson, R. 8^ Co.), Ill Market, house 314 School 

Rogers Thomas, laborer, house 30 Cedar 

Rogers Thomas, laborer, house 20 Jefferson 

Rogers William M. watchman, house 21 Bleachery 

Rokes James, clerk, 7 Canal block, boards 16 Tyler 

Roland Peter, spinner, house 24 Winter 

Rolfe Abiel, freight agent, L. & L. R. R. house Rolfe 

Rolfe Eliza G. widow, boards 40 Lawrence 

Rolfe Frank 0. clerk (B.), boards Rolfe 

Rollins David B. moulder, house 27 L. M. S. corp. 

Rollins Eben D, carpenter, house Broadway, n. Walker 

Rollins Horace H. cabinetmaker, boards Broadway, n. Walker 

Rollins John L. {Furnald 4- i?.), 23 Middle, house 55 Chapel 

Rollins Jonathan, mason, house 60 Church 

Rollins Pliny, spinner, house 17 Mass. corp. 

Rollins Richard M. blacksmith, boards Broadway, n. Walker 

Romaine Octovo, machinist, boards 35 South 

Romana Anthony Rev. assis't St. Peters, b. 17 Appleton 

Root Charles S. at C. B. Cobufn's, boards 20 Moody 

Root George B. at C. B. Coburn's, boards 70 Moody 

Roper Caroline Mrs. house 42 Bartlett 

Roper Francis, Middlesex, house rear 9 Andover 

Roper George W. machinist, house 13 Appleton corporation 

Roper Nancy, widow, boards 13 Appleton corporation 

Rose Gilbert, receiving clerk. Railroad, house 15 Oak 

Rose John, Middlesex, house Coburn, Centralville 

Rose Maria Mrs. dressmaker, house 23 Kirk 

Ross Charles, blacksmith, j^oards 119 Central 

Ross George, machinist, boards 5 Jackson 

Ross Thomas E. hairdresser, 12 Central, boards 27 Church 

Rothwell John, painter, house Cross, near Willie 

Rothwell Thomas Mrs. house 36 Merrimac corporation 

Rourke John, carder, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Rourke Tbomas, machinist, boards 41 L. M. S. corporation 

Rowe George A. jeweller, 43 Central, bds, 51 E. Merrimac 

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Rowe Richard, grocer, 38 Lowell, corner Dummer, house do. 

Rowe Sarah B. widow, boards 162 Grorham 

Roy Bozil S. carder, house 34 Lawrence 

Roy Julian, carpenter, house 322 Merrimac 

Rugg Amos, paymaster, Mass. Mill, boards 12 Hurd 

Rugg {Chester W.) k, Griffith {John), umbrella and music store, 

77 Merrimac, house Mt. Vernon, corner Bennett, Centralville 
Rugg Samuel S. machinist, hou.«e 16 Race 
Runals Robert K. grocer, 319 Merrimac, house 337 do. 
Rundlett Frank Gr. clerk, 2 Merrimac, boards 1 Union 
Runels {Geo.'), Clough {Stillman), & Co. {N. Davis and S. 

Siveatt), granite stone yard, Thorndike, corner Middlesex, 

house 99 Thorndike 
Rushworth Benjamin, machinist, house 15 Ames 
Rushworth John W gigger, house rear 53 Charles 
Russ Olive, widow, boards 33 Fourth, Centralville 
Russell Alonzo L. grocer, 5 Appleton block. Central, house 51 

Appleton 
Russell Ann F. widow, house Lowell, near Hanover 
Russell Asa C. milkman, boards 51 Appleton 
Russell Benjamin F. machinist, boards 3 Dodge 
Russell Charles, machinist, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 
Russell Cyrus K. grocer, 281 Merrimac, house 377 do. 
Russell Daniel, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Russell Dayid, spinner, house 17 Paige 
Russell Edwin, machinist, boards 7 Merrimac corporation 
Russell Edwin F. mason, house 20 Church 
Russell Elizabeth S. teacher at High School, Anne street 
Russell Emily H. Mrs. house 226 Central 
Russell Hannah, widow, boards Manmioth road, Draeut 
Russell Horace, machinist, house 16 Queen 
Russell James S. teacher. High School, house 29 Nesmith 
Russell John, painter, boards 71 Warren 
Russell John, laborer, boards 51^ Lowell 
Russell John W. sawyer, boards 6 Middlesex place 
Russell Josiah, mason, house 215 Central 
Russell Leonard M. machinist, house Westford, corner Grand 
Russell Nancy, widow, boards 377 Merrimac 
Russell Rufus, carpenter, house 44 Essex 
Russell Samuel P. foreman, G. T. Comins', house 213 School 
Russell Sidney S. grocer, 149 Central, house do. 
Russell William A. Jt brassfinisher, hoifte 45 Chestnut 
Rutherford Robert, oiler, house 82 Church 
Rutherford Thomas Mrs. house 76 Warren 
Rutledge Alice, widow, house 13 Union 
Ryan B. Mrs. provisions, 53 Dutton, house do. 
Ryan George, spinner, boards 67 Charles 
Ryan James (Cal.), house 53 Dutton 

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Ryan Jane, house 16 North 

Ryan John, saloon, 77 Gorham, house do. 

Ryan John, laborer, boards 25 Fenwick 

Ryan Margaret Mrs. house 67 Charles 

Ryan Mary, widow, house 15 Willie avenue 

Ryan Michael, moulder, boards 283 Middlesex 

Ryan Patrick, laborer, house 61 Lowell 

Ryan Patrick, laborer, house 1 John-street avenue 

Ryan Patrick, carriagepainter, Pleasant, cor. Andover, h. 11 Fayette 

Ryan Patrick, laborer, house Cross, near Common 

Ryan Thomas, house 7 Summer 

Ryan William, Joseph Tapley's, house 30 Summer 

Ryan William, laborer, house 33 Worthen 

Ryden John, laborer, boards Watson, rear Lawrence 

Ryden Margaret, widow, house Watson, near Lawrence 

Ryder James, painter, 99 Central, house rear 137 Middlesex 

Ryerson Henry J. bookseller, 29 Central, house 156 E. Merrimac 

SARIN NATHANIEL, farmer, house 59 Merrimac corporation 
Sabin William, carder, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 

Saddler , widow, house 94 Gorham 

Sadler Margaret, widow, house rear 18 Winter 
Sails Harriet M. Mrs. variety store, 95 Central, boards 12 Hurd 
Salmon George F. machinist, boards 19 Cady 
Salmon John J. photographer, boards 2 Winter 
Salmon Martha S. Mrs. house 33 Union 

Salmon Patrick, laborer, house 2 Winter [Market 

Salmon William F. agent, Lawrence Manufacturing Co. house 134 
Sanborn Amos & Co. {H. B Bacon), watches, jewelry, and man- 
ufactory of silverware, 25 Central, house 25 Tyler 
Sanborn Clementine, widow, boards 6 Branch 
Sanborn Ebenezer G. (N. Billerica), house 4 Marshall 
Sanborn Edward P. mason, house 50 Howard 
Sanborn Edwin, carriagemaker, house 286 Central 
Sanborn Elon A. overseer, house 3 East Merrimac 
Sanborn Frank L. weaver, boards 36 Massachusetts corporation 
Sanborn Frederick P. photographer, boards 11 Lee 
Sanborn George A. painter, house 4 Wamesit court 
Sanborn George W. police, house 32 Hamilton corporation 
Sanborn George W. silversmith, 25 Central, boards 25 Tyler 
Sanborn Heman, carpenter, boards 41 L. M. S. corporation 
Sanborn Henry L. spinner, boards 18 Hamilton corporation 
Sanborn Jacob Mrs. house 83 Appleton 
Sanborn James, carpenter, house 105 East Merrimac 
Sanborn James B. P. woodworker, house 6 Merrimac 
Sanborn James N. machinist, W. Kelley's, Mt. Washington 
Sanborn James P. brakeman B. & L. R. R. house 82 Howard 
Sanborn J. overseer, boards 113 Central 

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Sanborn Laroy S. clerk, 131 Central, boards 18 Hamilton corp. 
Sanborn Marcellus B. clerk, boards 271 Middlesex 
Sanborn Nathaniel C. ( Washburn ^ S.'), pbotograpers, 28 Merr. 
Sanborn Nathaniel C. photographist, 50 Merrimac, h. 120 E. Merr. 
Sanborn Olivia W. dressmaker, 105 Merrimac, house do. 
Sanborn Page, house 11 Lee 

Sanborn Samuel, machinist, boards 2 Farson's court 
Sanborn Stephen C. overseer, Hamilton corporation, house 18 do. 
Sanborn Theodore A. mason, house 9 Myrtle, Centralville 
Sanborn Thomas J. police, house 41 Fayette 

Sanborn ( 7%omas P. ) & Davis {George ^.), box-makers, Me- 
chanics' Mills, house 2 Carlton 
Sanborn Timothy B. operative, boards 43 Lawrence corporation 
Sanborn William F. mason, house 23 Clay 
Sanborn Woodbury, clerk (Boston), house 271 Middlesex 
Sanders Caleb Mrs. house 80 Charles 
Sanders Orpha, widow, house rear 71 High 

Sanders Mrs. house 74 Church 

Sanderson Hannah A. widow, boards Chelmsford, near Railroad 

Sanderson Nelson, carpenter, boards 33 Massachusetts corporation 

Sanderson Oliver, laborer, house 60 Moody 

Sanderson Samuel 0. carpenter, house 60 Moody 

Sandiford James, woolsorter, house 49 Hamilton corporation 

Sandiford William, machine-printer, boards 49 Gorham 

Sands Catharine, widow, house Davidson's lane 

Sands David, carder, house 9 Winter 

Sands James, house Elliott, near Appleton 

Santry Arthur, laborer, house rear 49 Fenwick 

Santum John, machinist, boards 135 Merrimac corporation 

Sargeant Benjamin C. bookseller and stationer, 158 Merrimac, 

house 37 Tyler 
Sargeant Henry W. harnessmaker, house 8 High-street square 
Sargeant Henry W. jr. boards 8 High-street square 
Sargeant Samuel D. paymaster, Middlesex, house 28 Hurd 
Sargent Aaron P. Mrs. boards 39 Hamilton corporation 
Sargent Albert P carpenter, boards 65 L. M. S. corporation 
Sargent Anna A. teacher, boards 74 Mechanic 
Sargent {Ehen D.) k Cotton (^Neal), fish-dealers, rear 57 Cen- 
tral, house 16 Chapel 
Sargent Ebenezer, bedstead-maker, house 65 L. M. S. corporation 
Sargent Edward M. & Co. Boston Express, Middle, cor. Shattuck, 

house 33 Andover 
Sargent Elhanan W. machinist, house Old Road, Centralville 
Sargent Eliphalet, house 9 Pleasant, Centralville 
Sargent Emmons B. clerk, rear 57 Central, house 50 Charles 
Sargent Frank, clerk, 86 Merrimac, boards Wanalancit, near 
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Sargent Frederick W. (Chase, Sargent, & Shattuck), 5 Central, 
house Wanalancit, near Pawtvicket [n. School 

Sargent Frederick W. jr. clerk, 153 Central, boards Wanalancit, 
Sargent George, teamster, house 42 Lagrange 
Sargent George M. shoemaker, house Hale, near Railroad 
Sargent" Gust, wireworker, 10 Central, boards 13 do. 
Sargent Herman W. carpenter, boards Cobui'n, near Old road, 

Centralville 
Sargent John, matmaker, boards 6 Merrill's court 
Sargent John C. overseer carder, house 236 Merrimac 
Sargent Joseph L. provisions, 4 Merrimac. h. Seventh, Centralville 
Sargent J. C. Mrs. dressmaker, 236 Merrimac 
Sargent Mary, widow, boards 10 Hale 
Sargent Naomi Mrs. house 5 Oliver 

Sargent Reuben, farmer, house Cobum, n. Old Road, Centralville 
Sargent Stephen, tinsmith, house 9 Boott corporation 
Sargent Stephen P. (Boston), h. Middlesex, n. Chelmsford line 
Sargent Sylvester H. machinist, house 74 L. M. S. corp. 
Sargent Wareham M. mason, house 69 Fletcher 
Sargent Willard S. C. teamster, city, house Porter 
Sargent William W. clerk, 5 Central, boards Centralville 
Saunders Abigail C. widow, house 8 Church 
Saunders Alfred S. overseer, house 17 Fourth, Centralville 
Saunders Allen, spinner, house 46 Lawrence corporation 
Saunders Charles H. painter, house 271 Middlesex 
Saunders Charles H. marbleworker, 155 Central, bds. 8 Church 
Saunders Charles W. {Norcross 8^ S.^, Middlesex, h. 8 Stackpole 
Saunders Dana, teamster, house rear 17 Paige 
Saunders Edward, laborer, house 148 Lowell 
Saunders Edward T. brakeman, boards Westford, cor. School 
Saunders Francis, carder, boards 10 Hamilton corporation 
Saunders Franklin G. spinner, house 46 Lawrence corporation 
Saunders George A. dresser, boards 17 Fourth, Centralville 
Saunders Jacob, clerk, 175 Middlesex, boards 8 CJaurch 
Saunders John, tinsmith, boards 101 Central 
Saunders John H. tinsmith, boards 50 Church 
Saunders Mary A. widow, house Maiden lane 
Saunders Robert, laborer, house 86 Suffolk 
Saunders Thomas E. shoemaker, house Westford, cor. School 
Savage Abraham, Merrimac corporation, boards 51 do. 
Savage Abraham, Merrimac corporation, boards 52 do.>*- 
Savage Ellery T., Merrimac corporation, house 52 do. 
Savage Margaret H. widow, bds. Bridge, n. City line, Centralville 
Savage Owen, Merrimac corporation, house 51 do. - 
Savage Robert, marbleworker, house 227 Middlesex 
Savage Walter W. clerk, 40 Merrimac, boards Carlton's block 
Savory Charles A. physician, 62 Paige, house 5 Kirk 
Sawin Ruel, carpenter, house 210 Merrimac 

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Sawtell E. Abbott A. provisions, Liberty square, h. 29 Franklin 

Sawtell Calvin, contractor. L. M. S. boards 16 L. M, S. corp. 

Sawtell George F. house 55 Church 

Sawtell Henry I. machinist, house 30 L. M. S. corp. 

Sawtell Josiah, carpenter, 136 School, house Sawtell place * 

Sawtell Josiah A. bridge builder, house Sawtell place 

Sawtell Selden L. clerk, Liberty Market, boards 27 Franklin 

Sawyer Aaron, painter, boards Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 

Sawyer Aaron C. carriagetrimmer and harnessmaker, 161 and 163 

Middlesex, house 28 Franklin 
Sawyer Andrew J. Mrs. house r. 105 E. Merrimac 
Sawyer Clarina A. Mrs. boarding-house, 110 and 111 Merr. corp. 
Sawyer Elizabeth Mrs. house 73 High 
Sawyer Francis, operative, house 14 Lagrange court 
Sawyer Frank L. teamster, h. 12 Lagrange court [Butterfield 

Sawyer Hamilton J. machinist, Mt. Vernon, n. Broadway, h. 64 
Sawyer John A. painter, boards Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Sawyer John P. carpenter, house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Sawyer Joshua, painter, boards Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Sawyer Leverett Mrs. house 123 Gorbam 

Sawyer Nathan D. A. military storekeeper (B.), h. 123 Gorham 
Sawyer Nelson, machinist, house 92 Middlesex 
Sawyer Samuel C. teamster, boards Whiting 
Sawyer Sophronia, widow, house 34 Chestnut 
Sawyer Sybil Miss, house Biver road, Dracut [Amesbury 

Sawyer Thomas C. carriage depository, 163 Middlesex, h. at S. 
Sawyer Wm. at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, b. Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Saxton Alexander, Middlesex, house 2 Holbrook's court 
Saxton William F. boards Washington House 
Sayers John, laborer, house 11 Adams 
Sayei-s Michael, card-grinder, house 51 Tremont 
Sayers Thomas, house 10 Adams 
Sayles Albert W. contractor, L. M. S. house 8 Favor 
Sayles Nancy Mrs. boarding-house, 115 Merrimac corp. 
Scadding Aaron, carriage-trimmer, house 142 Lawrence 
Scadding Alfred W. at H. Hosford's, boards 142 Lawrence 
Scales Aaron, weaver, boards 61 Lawrence corp. 
Scales Francis R. moulder, house 44 L. M. S. corp. 
Scales Sidney A. machinist, boards 44 L. M. S. corp. 
Scanlan Maurice, laborer, house 40 x\dams 
Scannell Daniel, boards 106 Suffolk 
Scannell Jeremiah, boards 106 Suffolk 
Scannell Mary, widow, house 106 Suffolk 
Scisco James, tanner, boards 2 Middlesex place 
Scobey Jane, widow, house 345 Merrimac 
Scolds James, mulespinner, boards Lincoln, c. Main 
Scotchburn Thomas, pressman, house 160 Gorham 
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Scott Ann, widow, house head Lawrence-street court [mac 

Scott Clark M. (N. B. Scott Sf Co.), fancy-goods, b. 113 Merri- 

Scott David, woolsorter, boards head of Lawrence-street court 

Scott Edmund, carder, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Scott Elhanan W. Mrs. house Mt. Vernon, Central ville 

Scott G. Clarence, with Sweetser & Gardner, 43| Central, h. 56 

Boott corporation 
Scott Hugh, Middlesex, woolsorter, b. head Lawrence-street court 
Scott Hugh, Middlesex, house Pleasant, near Pond 
Scott Isadore, machinist, house rear 114 Middlesex 
Scott James, shoemaker, 14 Middle, boards 171 Gorham 
Scott James, machinist, boards 109 Appleton 
Scott James L. moulder, house 37 George 
Scott John, farmer, house Quebec, cor. Manchester 
Scott John, foreman L. M. S. locomotive dept. b. 109 Appleton 
Scott John, gardener, house 21 Andover 
Scott John, laborer, boards 184 Gorham 
Scott Marshall, painter, boards head of Lawrence-street court 
Scott Newell B. & Co. (Clark M. Scott), fancy-goods, 115 Mer- 

rimac, house 113 do. 
Scott Thomas (Lawrence), house 7 L. M. S. corp. 
Scott Thomas, machinist, house 20 Cedar 
Scott Thomas, laborer, house 184 Gorham 
Scott Thomas, soapmaker, Middlesex, h. 6 Water 
Scott Thomas W. stonecutter, house 4 Garnet 
Scott William, moulder, house r. 44 Howard 
Scribner Charles, contractor, L. M. S. house Liberty, n. School 
Scribner George F. contractor, L. M. S. house 49 L. M. S. corp, 
Scribner James E. machinist, house 71 L. M. S. corp. 
Scribner Louisa Mrs. boarding-house, 35 Lawrence corp. 
Scripture Isaac Mrs. house 227 Central 
Scripture Sarah M. widow, house 220 Central 
Scullen Patrick, laborer, boards 13 Winter 
Scully Betsey, widow, house 26 Winter 
Scully Dennis, laborer, house 42 William 
Scully Dennis, dyer, boards 14 Winter 
Scully Edward, bleacher, house 26 Winter 
Scully James, house 117 Lowell 
Scully John, carder, house 15 River, Centralville 
Scully Michael, laborer, house rear 18 Winter 
Scully William, laborer, house 7 Fenwick 
Seacroft James, woolsorter, house 133 Lawrence 
Searl P]dwin T. job-wagon, house 255 Central 
Searl Leora, clerk, 97 Central, boards 255 do. 
Searle Charles J. machinist, h. 54 Merrimac corp. 
Searle Frances, widow, vestmaker, house 4 Race 
Searle John P. shoemaker, house Perrin 
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Searles Francis E. student, boards 66 Thorndike 

Searles William A. boards 66 Thorndike 

Searls Hosea A. mason, house 6 Alder 

Seaver George W. machinist, boards 43 Howard 

Seaver John C. haekman, house Tremont, cor. Merrimac 

Seaver Wesley, Comins' bedstead factory, boards 7 Tremont 

Seaver William, B. & L. R. R. house 43 Howard 

Seaver William L, carpenter, boards 49^ Gushing 

Seaward Charles H. {Hlrshjield ^ S.),20 Central, b. 101 do. 

Seery Thomas, laborer, boards 62 Dutton 

Selfe John, carder, house 29 Cady 

Sample Mary H. Mrs. house 235 Middlesex 

Senior George, variety store, 220 Merrimac 

Severance Elizabeth, widow, house rear 15 Union 

Severance Elizabeth, nurse, boards 26 Austin 

Severance George W. boltmaker, house rear 15 Union 

Severance P. Smith, laborer, boards 30 Boott corp. 

Severance Wdliam, knitter, boards 67 Lawrence corp. 

Severance Wm. H. spinner, boards 26 Austin 

Sevrens Herod T. (California), house 40 Branch 

Sewall Samuel, Lowell Machine Shop, house 40 Water 

Sewell Henry & Co. watch and clock makers, 27 East Merrimac, 

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Sexton Daniel, moulder, house 16 Jefferson 
Sexton Ellen, widow, house 8 Congress - 

Sexton Margaret, widow, house 18 Jefferson 
Sexton Martin, laborer, house 90 Gorham 
Sexton Patrick, at Naylor's Mill, boards 8 Congress 
Seymour George H. painter, boards 71 L. M. S. corp. 
Shackford Chas. clerk, boards 36 Massachusetts corp. 
Shackley Caroline A. widow, house 48 Church 
Shadduck George R. boots and shoes, 9 East Merrimac, house 

5 High 
Shaffer William Mrs. house 14 Cady 
Shanahan Daniel, laborer, boards 6 Merrill 
Shanahan Richard, watchman, house 6 Merrill 
Shanahan Timothy, laborer, house 1 Union court 
Shandley John, machinist, house 56 South 
Shanley James, mason, house 1 Summer 
Shanley Patrick, operative, house 28 Summer 
Shanley Patrick, grinder, house 3 Brown's court, Centralville 
Shanley Peter, laborer, house 8 Keene 
Shannon Ann, widow, house 43 Tremont 
Shannon Francis G. laborer, house 43 Tremont 
Shannon John, dyer, house 24 William 
Shannon John, spinner, house 4 Prospect 
Shannon John, boltmaker, house Merrill, n. Taylor 
Shannon Patrick, baker, house 2 Edgerley's court 

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Shannon Thomas, laborer, house r. 25 Middle 

Sharette Alexander, laborer, house 9 Middlesex place 

Shattuck Direxa Mrs. house 8 Wamesit 

Shattuck George W. (Custom House, Boston), h. 39 Pawtucket 

Shattuck Harriet C. widow, hovise 3 East Merrimac 

Shattuck Horace B. {Chase, Sargent, ^ Shattuck), 5 Central, h. 

Andover, n. City line 
Shattuck John H. correspondent, house 19 Kirk 
Shattuck Mary B. widow, house 11 Nesmith 
Shattuck Sewall, photographist, 19 Central, house do. 
Shaughnessy James, spinner, house 18 River, Centralville 
Shaughnessy John, laborer, house 71 River, Centralville 
Shaw Benjamin F. correspondent, boards Market 
Shaw Daniel ^V. boarding-house, 4 Suffolk corp. 
Shaw Elizabeth, widow, boards 7 Appleton corp. 
Shaw Francis E. clerk, Washington House 
Shaw George, mariner, house 23 North 
Shaw George C. moulder, boards 90 Middlesex 
Shaw Hannah, widow, boards 21 Lawrence corp. 
Shaw James W. B. dry-goods, 44 Merrimac, bds. Merrimac House 
Shaw Joseph, carpenter, house 24 Tremont corp. 
Shaw Josiah M. carpenter, house 26 Austin 
Shaw Oren D. machinist, boards r. 13 River, Centralville 
Shaw Richai'd P. house 20 Charles 
Shaw Richard W. machinist, boards 20 Charles 
Shaw Ruth, widow, boarding, house 73 Lawrenca corp. 
Shaw Ruth S. Mrs. variety store, 125 Middlesex, house do. 
Shay John, weaver, boards Sherman House, Centralville 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 107 Lowell 
Shea Dennis, blacksmith, house 121 Lowell 
Shea Ellen, widow, house rear 35 Fenwick 
Shea Jeremiah, rag-gatherer, house 17 Winter 
Shea John, stonecutter, house rear 20 Summer 
Shea John, laborer, boards Putney's court 
Shea Mary, widow, house 20 Adams 
Shea Michael, laborer, house 171 Gorham 
Shea Michael, laborer, house 1 Adams 
Shea Patrick, laborer, boards 100 Suffolk 

Sheahan Edward, bookseller and emigrant agent, 28 Gorham, h. do. 
Shed Caroline Mrs. boards 105 Gorham 
Shed Catharine A. widow, house 150 Suffolk 
Shed Edwin L. Mrs. house 8 Lawrence 
Shedd Freeman B. clerk, 121 Central, boards 76 High 
Shedd George W. carpenter. Putney's court, house 54 West Union 
Shedd George W. fancy-goods, 34 Merrimac, boards 76 High 
Shedd Hosley, cabinetmaker, boards 119 Central 
Shedd John Mrs. house 76 High [Merrimac corp. 

Shedd Josiah B. F. paymaster, Merrimac Print Works, house 145 

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Shedd Mary L. Miss, house 158 Suffolk 

Sheehan Dennis, laborer, house rear 15 Willie avenue 

Sheehan Edward, laborer, boards 51^ Lowell 

Sheehan Jeremiah, foundryman, house 4 Winter 

Sheehan John, laborer, boards 10 William 

Sheehan John, moulder, house 20 Winter 

Sheehan John, laborer, boards 58 Dutton 

Sheehan John, laborer, house Putney's court 

Sheehan John, laborer, house rear 26 William 

Sheehan John Mrs. house 88 Suffolk 

Sheehan Patrick, stonemason, house 18 Cedar 

Sheffield Andrew, house 203 Middlesex 

Sheffield Andrew Mrs. dressmaker, 203 Middlesex, house do. 

Sheldon Abiel W. overseer, house 161 Moody 

Sheldon Alexander, laborer, house 61 Lowell 

Sheldon Alfred, dresser, boards 5 Suffolk corp. 

Sheldon George, machinist, house 35 Howard 

Sheldon Gertrude, teacher, boards 35 Howard 

Sheldon James, plumber, boards River, n. Fulton, Centralville 

Sheldon John, plumber, house River, n. Fulton, Centralville 

Sheldon Nancy M. widow, house 35 Howard 

Sheldon William W. clerk, 44|- Merrimac, boards 161 Moody 

Shepard Benjamin, overseer, house 2 Lyon 

Sliepard G. Frank, machinist, house 15 Brown 

Shepard Jacob, blacksmith, house 11 Prospect 

Shepard John, overseer, Merrimac Print Works, house 155 Mer- 
rimac corporation [jMerrimac 

Shepard Luther E. counsellor, 43^ Central, boards 51 East 

Shepard Or win N. shuttlemaker, boards 11 Prospect 

Shepard William, broker (B.), house Perrin 

Shepard William S. oiler, boards 2 Losvell corporation 

Shephard Abram, finisher, house 9 Warren 

Shephard Harriet Mrs. widow, boards Perrin 

Shephard James, machinist, house 3 Water 

Shephard John W. currier, boards Manchester 

Shephard Robert, Stott's Mills, house 3 Water 

Sherburne Mary C. widow, boarding-house, 28 Suffolk corp. 

Sheridan Dennis, blacksmith, house 12 Gorham 

Sheridan Edward, blacksmith, house 96 Adams 

Sheridan Edward, blacksmith, house Broadway, cor. Marion 

Sheridan Frank, machinist, boards 7 Lowell corporation 

Sheridan Jamts, boltmaker, boards Linden, near Auburn 

Sherlock Michael, carpenter, house rear 17 Union 

Sherlock Patrick, operative, boards Broadway, cor. Marion 

Sherman Aaron H. Mrs. house 10 Dodge 

Sherman Alexander W. {H. R. Barker ^ Co.'), steam and gas 
pipe fitters, 8 Central, boards 10 Dodge 

Sherman Calvin G. machinist, house 3 Morse's lane 

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Sherman Charles H. machinist, house 10 Dodge 

Sherman Edward F. counsellor, secretary Traders' and Mechanics' 
Ins. Co. 27 Central, house 34 Pawtucket 

Sherman James 0. watchman, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 

Sherman Marcus D. L. mason, house 6 Ford 

Sherman Phebe Mrs. boarding-house, 53 Massachusetts corp. 

Sherman William, painter, boards 5 Jackson 

Sherman William F. (Boston), house 3 Third, Centralville 

Sherman William W. paymaster, L. M. S. house 108 Appleton 

Sherran Eliza, widow, house 21 River, Centralville 

Sherwin Charles Mrs. house 12 Cabot block 

Sherwood Daniel ( Woods, S. Sf Co.), Bridge, opp. Seventh, Cen- 
tralville, house 33 Mt. Vernon, cor. Bennett, Centralville 

Sherwood Ludbee, Middlesex, house 7 Abbott 

Shitland Batiste, laborer, house 32 Salem 

Shields John, laborer, boards 23 Hanover 

Shields John, spinner, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 

Shields Michael, machinist, house 23 Hanover 

Shields Michael, painter, 85 Lowell 

Shields Richard 0. laborer, house 9 Fenwick 

Shinnick Michael, laborer, house 20 Winter 

Shipley Samuel D. house 50 Rock (U. S. A.) 

Shirley Charles H. carder, boards 51 Massachusetts corporation 

Shirley Eliza, boarding-house, 51 Massachusetts corporati(.n 

Shirley James, moulder, house Mt. Vernon, near Westford 

Shirley Michael, laburer, house rear 18 Fenwick 

Shirley Samuel H. printer, house 66 South 

Shirley Sarah Mrs. house 66 South 

Shirley William, farmer, house 116 Merrimac corp. 

Shirlock John, laborer, boards 29 Fenwick 

Shirlock Patrick, laborer, house 79 Adams 

Shore James, spinner, house 55 Lawrence corporation 

Shores Joshua W. carpenter, house 14 Linden 

Shores Lyman L. cabinetmaker, house 32 Chestnut 

Shorey Charles E. clerk, 58 Middlesex, boards 6 E. Merrimac 

Shorey Ciiarles H. clerk, house 6 East Merrimac 

Shorey Isaiah, operative, boards 18 Appleton corporation 

Shorey John, picture-frames, 81 Central, boards 159 do. 

Shorey Lorenzo W. painter, boards 6 East Merrimac 

Shorey Moses W. millwright, house 172 Grorham 

Short Catharine Miss, house 43 Gorham 

Short Charles M. Mrs. house 34 Lewis 

Short Edward, teamster, house 8 Keene 

Short (reorge, operative, boards 15 Clark 

Short James, carpetweaver, boards 7 Kidder 

Short Josiah E. ticket-agent, B. & L. R. R. house 101 Appleton 

Short Richard, clerk, boards 34 Lewis 

Short William, butcher, house Coburn, Centralville 

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Short William E. laborer, boards 23 Massachusetts corporation 
Shortall John, laborer, house 31 Auburn 
Shovlin Winefred, widow, house West Union 
Shufeldt Stephen, dressertender, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Shute Mary, widow, house 1 Pearl 

Sicorg Napoleon, cabinetmaker, boards 11 Middlesex place 
Sidney Louisa, widow, house 8 Hard 
Silcox Lazarus, Middlesex, house 84 High 
Silloway Lois P. house rear 99 East Merriraac 
Silver Edward H. student, boards 28 Thorndike 
Silver Frederick A. stonecutter, boards 89 Howard 
Silver Harvey, machine shop (Chelmsford), house 28 Thorndike 
Silver Henry H. moulder, boards 1 Garnet 
Silver James B. cabinetmaker, boards 37 Bartlett 
Silver Oren, machinist, house 24 Appleton 
Simes L-a H. blacksmith, house 70 Moody 
Simmons Henry, moulder, boards 119 Central 
Simonneau Edward, laborer, boards rear 116 Middlesex 
Simonneau Joseph, laborer, house rear 116 Middlesex 
Simonds Edwin, gimsmith, house Bowers 
Simonds George W. junk, boards 50 Moody 
Simonds Samuel B. bookbinder, 36 Central, house 23 Willow 
Simonds Walter, conductor, H. R. R. house 6 Prescott corp. 
Simonds William "C. carpenter, house 19 South 
Simons Oscar, machinist, boards 46 Lawrence corporation 
Simons Theodosia, widow, house 6 E. Merrimac 
Simons Walter, shoemaker, house 6 E. Merrimac 
Simpkins William, laborer, house 186 Central 
Simpson Abby H. boarding-house, 6 Boott corporation 
Simpson Abraham, spinner, boards 35 Cushing 
Simpson Alexander S. cabinetmaker, boards 109 Appleton 
Simpson Andrew J. photographist, 27 Central, house 141 E. Merr. 
Simpson Benjamin F. physician, house 59 Third, Centralville 
Simpson Odanathus, carpenter, house 8 Fremont, Centralville 
Simpson Satnuel A. clerk post-office (Boston), house 26 Essex 
Simpson Sarah Mrs. house 10 Charles 
Simpson Thomas, house Liberty, corner Chelmsford 
Simpson William H. collector, house 9 Pleasant, Centralville 
Sinclair Abby Sirs, house 4J Howard 
Sinclair Daniel H. police, house 4 Church 
Sinclair Henry A. boards 4 Church (U. S. A.) 
Sinkinson George, moulder, 78 Market 
Skelley Thomas, stonecutter, boards 192 Middlesex 
Skelton Benjamin, physician, house 50 Tyler • 

Skelton Mary E. boarding-house, 113 Merrimac corporation 
Skilbeck Frederick, machinist, boards 11 Marshall 
Skillings David G. carriagemaker, 22 Bridge, house 3 Fremont, 
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Skinner Abner Mrs. house 8 Lee 

Skinner Adelbert C. thread and trimmings, 63 Merrimac, b. 8 Lee 

Skinner Arabella, at 63 Merrimac, boards 8 Lee 

Skinner Smith, house 21 Market 

Skivington Michael, machinist, house 83 Lowell 

Slater Joseph F. clerk, Appleton Mill, house 36 Marion 

Slater Matthew, engineer, house 44 Water 

Slater Thomas, coppersmith, house rear 22 South 

Slater Thomas, bobbinmaker, house 36 Marion 

Slater Thomas, Middlesex, house 44 Water 

Slater William Mrs. house 19 Chestnut 

Slattery Dennis, laborer, house 60 Fenwick 

Slattery Ellen, widow, boards 5 Madison 

Slattery Michael, peddler, house 9 Carpet lane 

Slattery Patrick, house 5 Madison 

Slattery Patrick, mill, house 253 Middlesex 

Slavin Ann, house 50 Middle 

Slavin James, stonemason, house 1 8 Keene 

Slavui Mary, variety store, 75 Gorham, house do. 

Sleeper Abraham F. machinist, house 115 Middlesex 

Sleeper Charles T. farmer, boards 20 Essex 

Sleeper Charles W. carpenter, boards 25 L. M. S. corporation 

Sleeper Francis S. clerk, 57 Central, b. 53 L. M. S. corporation 

Sleeper Hibbard, jeweller, boards 53 L. M. S. corporation 

Sleeper Hiram, carpenter, house 53 L. M. S. corporation 

Sleeper James F. clerk, house River road, Dracut 

Sleeper John, stagedriver, house First 

Sleeper Margaret, widow, house 76 Church 

Sleeper Nathan, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 

Sline Ellen Mrs. house 5 Quigley's alley 

Sline John, laborer, house 5 Quigley's alley 

Slocura Horace, clerk, boards 151 Moody 

Slocum John P. engineer, house 151 Moody 

Small Charles R. conductor, S. & L. R. R. house 55 Church 

Small Frederick J. spinner, house 4 Cabot block 

Small Paul D. carpenter, house 10 Merrill's court 

Smart Charles H. bookkeeper, boards 14 Union 

Smart Henry, spinner, boards 42 Gorham 

Smart Mary J. Mrs. house 14 Union 

Smiley John, machinist, house 59 Butterfield 

Smiley Stephen J. moulder, house 29 L. M. S. corporation 

Smith Abbie H. widow, house 60 Worthen 

Smith Alonzo, operative, boards 101 Central 

Smith Andrew, printer, boards rear 48 Church 

Smith Andrew, operative, house 20 Cady 

Smith Andrew, jr. operator, boards 20 Cady 

Smith Andrew M. (Colorado), house 246 Merrimac 

Smith Andrew W. house 152 Middlesex 



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Smith Ann, widow, house rear 116 Middlesex 

Smith Ann, widow, house 32 Lewis 

Smith Arathusa, widow, house 121 Moody 

Smith Aurelia, widow, house 20 Appleton corporation 

Smith Bateson, engineer, house Middle 

Smith Benjamin A. carpenter, house 31 Willow 

Smith Bridget Mrs. house rear 48 Church 

Smith Bridget Mrs. house 9 Wall 

Smith Charles, clerk, house 9 Wall 

Smith Charles, laborer, Washington House 

Smith Charles, house 10 Market 

Smith Charles Mrs. widow, house 24 Race 

Smith Charles E. shuttleraaker, house 16 Ash 

Smith Charles H. machinist, boards 309 School 

Smith Christopher, operative, house 133 Lowell 

Smith C. M. Mrs. dressmaker, 246 Merrimae, house do. 

Smith Daniel, spinner, house 19 Cadj 

Smith Daniel B. (^Richardson S^- S.), near Salem, corner Common, 

house at Hudson, N. H. 
Smith David, boarding-house, 69 Lawrence corporation 
Smith Dorcas Mrs. house 9 Merrill's court 
Smith Dudley H. boards 75 Merrimae corporation 
Smith Edward, laborer, house 78 Biver, Centralville 
Smith Edward Mrs. house 2 Livingston's block, Appleton 
Smith Edward, painter, boards 8 Wamesit 
Smith Elbridge G. showman, house 9 Merrill's court 
Smith Elizabeth, boards 1 Hurd 
Smith Elizabeth, widow, house 131 Lawrence 
Smith Francis, hosiery and laces, 49 Merrimae, house do. 
Smith Francis, carpenter, house 1 Marion 
Smith Francis S. job wagon, house 28 Keene 
Smith Frank, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Smith Frank, machinist, house 15 Adams 
Smith George, tailor, 222 Merrimae, house 13 Common 
Smith George B. moulder, house 223 Middlesex 
Smith Geo. C. house Moore, near Lowell cemetery 
Smith George F. overseer, house 131 Lawrence 
Smith George G. laborer, boards 23 Boott corporation 
Smith George G. jr. carpenter, boards Moore, n. Lowell cemetery 
Smith George Harrison, machinist, house 78 Church 
Smith George K. operative, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Smith George T. house 8 Marshall 

Smith George W. machinist, house 60 L. M. S. corporation 
Smith George W. machinist, house 65 Cushing 
Smith Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 6 Alder 
Smith Hannah A. widow, boards 6 Alder 
Smith Hannah M. widow, house 16 Marshall 
Smith Hannah P. widow, boards 42 Lawrence corporation 

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Smith {Henry) & White {Wesley J.), tinware manufacturers, 

29 Middlesex, house at Templeton 
Smith Heni'y H. machinist, house Shaw's block 
Smith Henry S. civil engineer, boards 29 Marshal 
Smith HoUis, operative, boards 52 Church 
Smith Isabella, widow, house rear 118 Middlesex 
Smith Isabella, widow, house 33 Willow 
Smith Jackson, machinist, boards 22 Hamilton corporation 
Smith Jacob R. peddler, house 102 Middlesex 
Smith James, laborer, house rear 5 Decatur 
Smith James, Stott's mills, house 42 Water 
Smith James 3d, carpenter, house Hale, near Grrand 
Smith James, laborer, house 9 Davidson 
Smith James, carder, boards 4 Appleton corporation 
Smith James, finisher, boards 28 Suffolk corporation 
Smith James, tailor, boards Mount Pleasant, Centralville 
Smith James, spinner, boards 19 Cady 
Smith James, laborer, boards 139 Merrimac corporation 
Smith James, woolsorcer, h. Lowell, near Hanover 
Smith James C. overseer, Merr. P. W. house Pine, at City line 
Smith James H. machinist, boards jMoore, n. Lowell Cemetery 
Smith James M. machinist, house 29 Mass. corporation 
Smith James W. M. clerk, 40 Central, b. 26 Merrimac corporation 
Smith Jesse C. boards Howard House 
Smith John, 1st, stage-oiSce, 182 Merrimac, b. 260 do. 
Smith John, 3d, carpenter, house 309 School 
Smith John, stonemason, house Kirk avenue 
Smith John, peddler, house 71 Market 
Smith John, house Lowell, n. Hanover 
Smith John, laborer, boards 124 School 
Smith John, colormaker, house 24 South 
Smith John, jr. dyer, house Lowell, n. Hanover 
Smith John M. carpenter, house 8 Dodge 
Smith John W. overseer, Merrimac corp. house 26 do. 
Smith John W. machinist, boards Moore, n. Lowell cemetery 
Smith Joseph, spinner, boards 75 Boott corp. 
Smith Joseph, weaver, boards Lawrence, near Grove 
Smith Joseph V. moulder, house 99 Appleton 
Smith Josiah, laborer, boards 74 Middlesex 
Smith Kate, variety store, 93 Central, boards 196 do. 
Smith Kilburn, musician, house 110 Central 
Smith Lawrence, gigger, boards rear 48 Church 
Smith Luther, lumber inspector, house 148 Middlesex 
Smith Lyman S. shoemaker, 11 Tilden, house 54 West Union 
Smith Manuel B. carpenter, house 29 Marshall 
Smith Manzer, operative, boards 101 Central 
Smith Maria, widow, boards 109 Merrimac corp. 
Smith Mary, widow, boards Moore, n. Lowell cemetery 

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Smith Mary K. widow, house 276 Middlesex 

Smith Mary N. boarding-house, 23 Boott corp. 

Smith Michael, laborer, house 7 High 

Smith Michael, laborer, house Tyler's block, Centralville 

Smith Oliver W. carpenter, house 86 Church 

Smith Patrick, cardstripper, house 40 Lowell 

Smith Patrick, porter, American House 

Smith Patrick, laborer, house 37 Floyd 

Smith Patrick, operative, boards 4 Suffolk court 

Smith Perry, carpenter, boards Cabot, opp. Lyman 

Smith Peter, laborer, house 1 William 

Smith Peter, spinner, house r. 116 Middlesex 

Smith Peter S. grocer, 17 East Merrimac, h. 37 Fayette 

Smith Philip A. shoemaker, 9 Hanover, h. 3 Suffolk court. 

Smith Putnam, physician, 24 Adams, house do. 

Smith Robert Mrs. house 6 Davidson 

Smith Robert W. house 73 Summer 

Smith Samuel, .sashmaker, boards 19 Cady 

Smith Roxana B. widow, house 55 L. M. S. corp. 

Smith Salome Mrs. house East Pine, near Nichols 

Smith Samuel A. machinist, boards 16 Pawtucket 

Smith Samuel C. machinist, 123 Cross, house do. 

Smith Sanuiel F. sawyer, house rear 91 Appleton 

Smith Stephen B. clerk (B.), boards 16 Pawtucket 

Smith Stephen B. Mrs. house 16 Pawtucket 

Smith Thomas, laborer, house 23 Union 

Smith Thomas, operative, house 4 Dodge 

Smith Thomas, machinist, house 7 Lagrange court 

Smith Thomas, house 4 Suffolk court 

Smith Thomas, carder, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Smith Thomas D. Mrs. house 51 Marion 

Smith William, carder, house 7 Faulkner's block 

Smith William, machinist, boards 101 Central 

Smith William A. harnessmaker, house 85 Church 

Smith William D. cigar manuf. house 31 Cady 

Smith William D. shoemaker, house 8 Wamesit 

Smith William F. machinist, house Merrimac 

Smith William H. machinist, house 141 Moody 

Smith William H. fireman, boards Perrin 

Smith William H., Merrimac corp. house 56^ do. 

Smith William M. sup't Lowell cemetery, house opp. do. 

Smith William N. gardener, house 21 Union 

Smith Mrs. house rear 61 Salem 

Smithson Margaret, widow, house 74 Warren 

Snell Clara A. nurse, boards 30 Smith 

Snell Elizabeth L. widow, boards 93 Salem 

Snell George W. carder, house 126 Merrimac corp. 

Snell Orlando, carpenter, 26 Prescott, house 53 Charles 

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Snellgrove Heni-y, machinist, boards 75 Merrimac corp. 

Snow Mahlon Mrs. house 115 Gorhara 

Snow Maria, widow, boards 30 Tremont corp. 

Snow Roxana C. IMrs. dress and cloak making, 218 Merrimac 

Snow Wm. H. (N. C), house Pine, cor. Porter 

Somes William E. baker, 1 Fayette, house 93 E. Merrimac 

Soren Patrick, spinner, boards 34 Hamilton corp. 

Soper Joseph E. moulder, house 17 L. M. S. corp. 

Soule Hatfield X. clerk, 167 Middlesex, house 4 Cambridge 

Southard Nelley Miss, house 88 Merrimac 

Southmaid Daniel, section hand, boards 32 Hamilton corp. 

Southmaid John W. carpenter, boards 32 Hamilton corp. 

Southwick John R.. overseer, dresser, house 37 Tremont corp. 

Southworth William S. house 361 Merrimac 

Spalding Charles, stonemason, house r. 18 Grand 

Spalding David S. mason, boards 45 Lawrence corp 

Spalding Elizabeth Mrs. boards Worthen, cor. Mechanic 

Spalding Fitzhenry, boards 6 Tyler 

Spalding Haskell, house 6 Tyler 

Spalding Ira Mrs. house 270 Central 

Spalding James W. shuttlemaker, house 5 Goward place 

Spalding Joel, physician. Savings Bank building, h. 61 Pawtucket 

Spalding J. Tyler (Boston), boards 51 Pawtucket 

Spalding Noah, farmer, house Parker, n. Chelmsford 

Spalding Samuel, laborer, house First, n. Bridge 

Spalding Sidney, president L. & L. R. R. house 417 Middlesex 

Spalding Simeon Mrs. house Walker, c. Broadway 

Spalding Weld, house 1 Centre 

Spalding William B. boards 1 Centre 

Spalding AVilliani E. clerk, 227 Central, boards 6 Tyler 

Spalding William H. clerk, 99 Central, house 270 do 

Spaleny August, operative, house 4 Lawrence corp 

Sparks Catharine, widow, house r. 347 Merrimac 

Sparks Fanny, widow, boards 2 William 

Sparks John, blacksmith and variety store, house 342 Merrimac 

Sparks Richard H. painter, house rear 347 Merrimac 

Spaulding Amasa M. janitor, house 81 Howard 

Spaulding Benjamin J. and George, provisions, 2 Cady, house at 

Chelmsford 
Spaulding Cyrus P. clerk, 62 Merrimac, house 20 Lagrange 
Spaulding Eibridge G. finisher, boards 35 Tremont corp. 
Spaulding George {B. J. 4" G. Spmdding), 2 Cady 
Spaulding (^George X.) & Co. {Otis Barton), dry-goods, 62 and 

64 Merrimac, house 16 Lagrange 
Spaulding John, carpenter, boards 134 Merrimac corp. 
Spaulding Otis M. stonecutter, boards 81 Howard 
Spaulding Parker P. carder, boards 40 Lawrence corp. 
Spaulding Samuel B. travelling merchant, house 18 Lawrence corp. 

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Spaulcling Sophia, widow, house 304 Gorham 

Spauldino' Sumner A. agent W. C. Association, 11 John, house 13 

Willow 
Spearin Hiram, machinist, house 7 Butterfield 
Speed William, woolcomber, house 50 Hamilton corp. 
Speirs James, carpenter, house 67 Fletcher 
Spellman James, house 19 'George (30th Keg't) 
Spencer Ambrose, machinist, boards 101 Central 
Spencer Dudley C. Mrs. house 6 East INIerrimac 
Spencer Eli, machinist, boards 101 Central 
Spencer Ethan N. overseer finisher, house 78 Lawrence corp. 
Spencer Robert, machini-it, boards 31 Hamilton corp. 
Spencer Tbaddeus S. grocer, 19 Moody, corner Tilden, house do. 
Spencer William, house 407 Merrimac 
Sperry Charles, mason, house Somerset, corner Qaeen 
Speuish Joseph, filer, house rear 22 Winter 
Spillane Thomas, laborer, house 70 Lowell 
Spofford Abram, machinist, house 35 Common 

SpofFord Charles, overseer, Merrimac corp. house 66 do. 

Spofford Frederick A. {Siickney ^ S.), grocer, Bridge, corner 
Third, house do. Centralville 

Sprague Cordice, moulder, boards 97 Howard 

Sprague Henry E. machinist, house 44 Grand 

Sprague Henry D. Mrs. house 81 Merrimac corp. 

Sprague John M. express, house 24 Chapel 

Sprague Levi, contractor, boards 47 Nesmith 

Sprague Mary E. Mrs. boards 8 Decatur 

Sprague Nabby Mrs. house rear 44 Howard 

Sprague Sarah, variety store, 338 Merrimac, house do. 

Sprague Thomas, moulder, house 97 Howard 

Sprague Walter, stockingmaker, boards 134 Merrimac corp. 

Spread Charles H. Mrs. house rear 17 Winter 

Springer James F. grocer. Liberty gquare, house 73 Cushing 

Springer {James F.) k, Pierce, provisions, Suffolk cor. Adams 

Springer John W. patternmaker, house 67 L. M. S. corp. 

Spurr Joseph M. clerk, 44 Merrimac, house 12 Dodge 

Stack Thomas, laborer, house 28 Gorham 

Stackpole Andrew J. (Swan, Stachpole 8^ Woodviati) , 13 Barris- 
ters' hall, boards 98 East Merrimac 

Stackpole Jame.*, overseer, house 27 Essex 

Stackpole John, boltmaker, house rear 8 North 

Stackpole Joseph H. weaver, boards 27 Essex 

Stackpole Win. T. clerk, boards 107 Howard 

Stacy Duane P. clerk, Markethouse, boards 7 Harrison 

Stacy John Pi. roofer, house 8 Branch 

Stacy Lucien P. bookkeeper, Talbot & Co.'s, boards 7 Harrison 

Stacy Sullivan, spinner, boards 70 Lawrence corp. 

Stafford Mary J. dressmaker, 12 Nesmith's block, boards 21 John 

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Standish Miles, cloth measurer, boards 3 Hamilton corp. 
Stanford Albert, weaver, boards 25 Appleton corp. 
Stanley David, liarne^^smaker, 68 Central, boards 254 Central 
Stanley David, house 14 Tremont corp. 

Stanley Greorge E. bookkeeper, 8 Jackson, boards 13 Third, 
Centralville [tralville 

Stanley Greorge W. overseer, Massachusetts, house 13 Third, Cen- 
Stanley Jabez, laborer, boards 18 Elm 
Stanley James, tinsmith, boards 14 Tremont corp. 
Stanley James, tinsmith, boards 13 Hamilton corp. 
Stanley Hugh, chairmaker, boards 37 Branch 
Stanley Mary, widow, boards 41 Fletcher 

Stanley Phineas, overseer, Merrimac, house Wilder, n. Pawtucket 
Stanley Stephen T. overseer, Merrimac corp. house 78 do. 
Stanley Susan A. widow, bouse 55 Merrimac corp. 
Stanley William C. carriage painter, house 18 Elm 
Stanton Charles P. house 75 Adams 
Stanton Edward, laborer, house 30 William 
Stanton Ellen, widow, house 4 Molloy's court 
Stanton George F. Rev. boards 18 Walnut 
Stanton Henry B. foreman, 8 Jackson, house 18 Walnut 
Stanton Henry B. jr. boards 18 Walnut 
Stanton Michael, currier, house 4 Molloy's court 
Stanton Patrick, woolsorter, house 11 Spring 
Stanton William E. Rev. boards 25 Church 
Stanwood Sarah A. Mrs. boarding-house, 28 Mass. corp. 
Staples Benjamin L. mason, house 38 Franklin 
Staples George W. clerk, 283 Merrivnac, boards Carleton block 
Staples Nathaniel T. mason, house 31 Willie 
Staples Robert H. mason, boards 31 Willie 
Staples Theodore, overseer picker, house 54 Boott corp. 
Staples William H. mason, house 101 Cross 
Starbird Charles D. butcher, house Branch, corner Walker 
Stayner William, bobbinmaker, house 283 Middlesex 
St. Clair Alexander, machinist, boards 21 Lowell corp. 
St. Denie Medard, laborer, house 322 Merrimac 
Stearns Aaron F. door and sashmaker, boards 4 West's court 
Stearns Amos Mrs. house "4 West's court 

Stearns Augustus C. door and sashmaker, boards 4 West's court 
Stearns Catharine Mrs. house 62 Lawrence 
Stearns Charles, lightning rods, boards 105 Gorham 
Stearns Charles, grinder, house 177 Merrimac corp. 
Stearns Charles A. carpenter, house Walker, near Middlesex 
Stearns Charles H. sashmaker, boards 25 Appleton corp, 
Stearns Elizabeth A. teacher, boards 62 Lawrence 
Stearns Erastus, carpenter, 87 East Merrimac, house 34 Fayette 
Stearns John, laborer, house head of Livingston 
Stearns Lewis, overseer, boards 76 Bridge 

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Stearns Lucln da, widow, boards 12 Hamilton corp. 
Stearns Mary N. tailoress, house 43 Hanover 
Stearns Nathaniel, overseer, house 76 Bridge, Centralville 
Stearns Rebecca, widow, house 341 Merrimac 
Stearns Susanna, widow, boards Walker, n. Middlesex 
Stephens Alexander, moulder, house 24 Smith 
Stevens Alonzo B. clerk, 111 Market, house 5 Ford 
Stevens Belinda H. boarding-house, 18 Merrimac corporation 
Stevens Benjamin F. & J. machinists, Arch, house 51 Howard 
Stevens Charles B. carpenter, house 227 School 
Stevens Charles L. laborer, boards Fletcher 
Stevens D. C. widow, house 24 Common 
Stevens Francis L. fireman, house 207 Central 
Stevens (^George) & Anderson {William H.), counsellors, 1 Bar- 
risters' Hall, house 40 Chestnut 
Stevens Hannah Mrs. house 214 Central 
Stevens James F. engineer, house Albro's block, Gushing 
Stevens Joel P., B. & L. R. R. house 87 Howard 
Stevens John W. laborer, house 265 Middlesex 
Stevens Jonas, machinist, house 40 Massachusetts corporatioa 
Stevens Joseph (B. F. ^ J. Stevens), Arch, b. 113 Thorndike 
Stevens Joseph, horseshoer, 56 Gorham, house 2 Linden 
Stevens Joseph, operative, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Stevens Levi B. sup't Gas Works, house Walker, near Broadway 
Stevens Lucy B. widow, house 8 Lawrence corporation 
Stevens Marcia Mrs. house 4 Chapel 
Stevens Mary E. Mrs. millinery, 119 Middlesex, house do. 
Stevens Mehitable S. widow, boards Hale, corner Grand 
Stevens Nathan P. machinist, house 358 Merrimac 
Stevens Orison, clerk, A. L. Waite's, bds. Chelmsford, n. Parker 
Stevens Rodolphus, laborer, house Beacon, near Pawtucket 
Stevens Solon, power-loom harness and reed manuf. Fletcher, cor. 

•Western avenue, house 47 Howard 
Stevens Solon W. clerk, boards 47 Howard 
Stevens William H. peddler, house rear 31 Cushing 
Stevens William K. machinist, boards 113 Thorndike 
Stevenson A. W. hairdresser, boards 32 Willie 
Stevenson CushmanS. Mrs. house 90 East Merrimac 
Stevenson Findley, bookkeeper (Boston), boards 151 Merr. corp. 
Stevenson Robert, machinist, house 151 Merrimac corporation 
Stevenson William C draughtsman, R. W. Arms Co. house 151 

Merrimac corporation 
Stewart Albion, carpenter, boards 138 Merrunac corporation 
Stewart Daniel, at Dr. Burnham's, boards do. 
Stewart Frank, carpenter, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Stewart Hamilton, boilermaker, 4 Hadley's block 
Stewart John R. loomfixer, house 15 Hancock avenue 
Stewart Julia, widow, house rear 76 Middlesex 

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Stewart Levi D. carpenter, house 141 Middlesex 

Stewart Maria, widow, house 148 Suffolk 

Stewart Thomas, carder, boards 2 Reed's court 

Stewart Thomas, moulder, boards 69 L. M. S. corporation 

Stewart William, moulder, boards 69 L. M. S. corporation 

Stewart, see Stuart 

Stickney (Daniel) & SpofFord (Frederick A.), grocers, Bridge, 

corner Third, house 21 Third, Centralville 
Stickney Ira, Merrimac corporation, house 38 L. M. S. corp. 
Stickney James 0. tanner, house 36 High 

Stickney Samuel W. president Railroad National Bank, h. 12 Kirk 
Stiles Alba G. & Co. (J. Coggin, D. Churchill and L. Page), 

flour, grain, and produce, Fletcher, cor. Button, h. Varney 
Stiles Charles F. produce-dealer, 90 Middlesex, house 19 Smith 
Stiles John, clerk, 32 Middlesex, house 162 Suffolk 
Stiles Julius A. machinist, boards 162 Suffolk 
Stiles Lewis, machinist, house 154 Suffolk 
Stiles Perry P. clerk, 20 Market, house 2 Oliver 
Stiles Sarah P. widow, house 162 Suffolk 
Stiles William Mrs. widow, house 144 School 
Stimpson Charles M. moulder, house 73 Summer 
Stimpson Baniel, machinist, house 47 Massachusetts corporation 
Stimson William A. machinist, house 26 Bridge, Centralville 
Stinsoa Charles B. machinist, boards 74 Middlesex 
Stinson Charles W. (0' Connell S^ Stinson), blacksmith, 41 Mid- 
dle, house 6 Seventh, Centralville 
Stinson Philip, watchman, boards 43 Lawrence corporation 
Stinson William, boards 6 Seventh, Centralville 
St. Jacque Ellis, furniture-maker, house 3 Hancock avenue 
St. Ledger Mary, widow, house 3 George 
St. Ledger Patrick, laborer, house Green, near George 
Stockbridge Silas P. house rear 67 Salem 
Stockman Edward, salesman, house Middlesex, near School 
Stockman Moses, salesman, house Middlesex, near School 
Stockman Moses W. carpenter, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 
Stocks William, operative, boards 31 Hamilton corporation 
Stoddard Chester S. (Boston), boards 62 Appleton 
Stoddard Thomas G. engineer, S. & L. R. R. house 62 Appleton 
Stoddard Walter A. machinist, boards 62 Appleton 
Stokes Josiah H. machinist, house 188 Central 
Stone Aaron C. machinist, house 34 Church 
Stone Abel H. spinner, house 2 Massachusetts corporation 
Stone Amasa C. machinist, house 83 Church 
Stone Charlotte Mrs. house 72 Church 
Stone Edward, harnessmaker, house rear 237 Central 
Stone George W. physician, house 14 Pawtucket 
Stone Mary A. Mrs. boarding-house, 15 Merrimac corporation 
Stone Orrin, woodworker, boards 75 L. M. S. corporation 

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Stone Reuben E. teamster, house rear 56 IMoody 

Stone William, machinist, boards 62 L. M. S. corporation 

Stone William, weaver, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 

Stone Winslow, machinist, boards 72 Church 

Stone ( Zina E.) h Huse (*S'. TT.), editors and publishers, 21 
Central, honse 51 Chestnut 

Storer Newman W. {Davis S^ S.), 233 Middlesex, b. 100 Appleton 

Story Robert, weaver, boards 58 River, Centralville 

Stott Charles, agent, Flannel Mills, house 16 Chestnut 

Srott Charles A. flannel manuf. Wamesit Power Co. h. 98 High 

Stott George, carder, boards 15 Charles 

Stott John, clerk, Belvidere Flannel Mills, house High 

Stott John, overseer, Belvidere Flannel Mills, house 15 Charles 

Stott John, clerk, house 51 Bartlett 

Srott Samuel E. clerk, Appleton Bank, boards 15 Charles 

Stott Thomas, woolsorter, boards 15 Charles 

Stover Pamelia, widow, house 13 Marshall 

Stover William, carpenter, boards 13 Marshall 

Stowe Hartwell E. weaver, boards 8 Wamesit 

Stowe Ithamar F. variety store, 63 Dutton, house do. 

Stowell Alvin M. cardgrinder, house 56 Boott corporation 

Stowell Jonas, American Bolt Co. house 20 Abbott 

Stratton Gleorge W. patternmaker, 20 Middle, boards 33 Massa- 
chusetts corporation 

Stratton Jonas, millwright, house 140 Lawrence 

Stratton Torrey E. machinist, house 122 Central 

Straw Worcester, machinist, house 6 Race 

Street Owen Rev. house 118 East Merrimac 

Streeter {Harrison W.) & Powers {Hannibal^, grocers, John, 
near Merrimac, house Westford, near School 

Streeter Holland, house Liberty, opposite School 

Strickland John, shoemaker, boards 41 Fletcher 

Strickland Robert, shoemaker, house 41 Fletcher 

Stuart Sarah W. Miss, house 14 Ash 

Sugden John, worstedspinner, house 56 Lawrence 

Sugden Moses, engineer, house 14 Marshall 

Sugden Thouias, woolsorter, Wamesit Power Co. bds. 56 Lawrence 

Sullivan Ann J. widow, house 152 Lowell 

Sullivan Bartholomew, operative, house 16 Davis 

Sullivan Bartholomew, laborer, house 4 Quigley's alley 

Sullivan Catharine, widow, house 70 Lowell 

Sullivan Catharine, widow, house rear 37 Fenwick 

Sullivan Catharine, widow, house 43 Adams 

Sullivan Charles, laborer, boards 104 Suffolk 

Sullivan Cornelius, folder, boards 27 Suffolk corporation 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 62 Fayette 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 106 Suffolk 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house Putney's court 

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Sullivan Cornelius, weaver, house 21 Kane 

Sullivan Daniel, dyer, boards 56 Lewis 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 14 Davidson 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house rear 29 Fenwick 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 122 Lowell 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 13 Spring 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house Donahoe's court 

Sullivan Daniel, farmer, house rear 16 l^ummer 

Sullivan Daniel, spinner, boards 27 Suffolk eorpoiation 

Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 80 Davidson 

Sullivan Dennis, house rear 37 Fenwick 

Sullivan Edward Mrs. house 12 Cross 

Sullivan Edward, laborer, house 43 Adams 

Sullivan Elizabeth, widow, house 34 Cedar 

Sullivan Ellen, widow, house 17 Adams 

Sullivan Ellen, widow, house 33 Fenwick 

Sullivan Ellen, widow, house 104 Suffolk 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house Putney's court 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house rear 16 Dummer 

Sullivan Florence, laborer, house 58 Adams 

Sullivan Humphrey, laborer, house rear 16 Dummer 

Sullivan James, planer, house 17 Spring 

Sullivan James, dyer, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 

Sullivan James F. machinist, boards 34 Cedar 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, boards 14 Adams 

Sullivan Joanna, widow, house rear 37 Fenwick 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 18 Cross 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 183 Lawrence 

Sullivan John, laborer, house rear 48 Fenwick 

Sullivan John, picker, house 2 Merrill 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 20 Summer 

Sullivan John, laborer, house 95 Lowell 

Sullivan John, laborer, house Little, near Lewis 

Sullivan John, jr. house 183 Lawrence 

Sullivan John D. carder, house 104 Suffolk 

Sullivan Julia, widow, house 24 Davidson 

Sullivan Julia, widow, boards Putney's court 

Sullivan Margaret, Avidow, house 20 Howe 

Sullivan Margaret, widow, house Putney's court 

Sullivan Martin, operative, house Lowell, near Maiden lane 

Sullivan Mary, widow, house 56 Lewis 

Sullivan Mary, widow, house 181 Lawrence 

Sullivan Mary, widow, boards 4 Molloy's court 

Sullivan Mary, widow, house 280 Merrimac 

Sullivan Michael, house 70 Suffolk 

Sullivan Michael, house 4 Quigley's alley (30th Regt.) 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, house opposite 30 Adams 

Sullivan Michael, currier, house Quebec 

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Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 18 Adams 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house rear 76 Charles 

Sullivan Patrick, house 87 Lowell 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 12 Jefferson 

Sullivan Patrick, whitewasher, house rear 21 Dummer 

Sullivan Richard, laborer, house 6 SuflFolk court 

Sullivan Thomas, farmer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 3 Jefferson square 

Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 42 Appleton 

Sullivan Timothy ( Welch ^ S.), 177 Lawrence, house 181 do. 

Sullivan Timothy, mariner, boards 14 Lowell 

Sullivan William, baker, house rear 17 Cross 

Sullivan William, machinist, boards 35 Suffolk 

Summers Samuel, beltmaker, house First, near Bridge 

Sumner Emma C. Miss, house 166 Central 

Sumner Mary Mrs. house 4 Fifth, Centralville 

Surprenant Hilaire, laborer, boards 293 Middlesex 

Surprenant J. Battiste, laborer, house 293 Middlesex 

Sutherland Alexander, weaver, boards 4 Appleton corporation 

Sutherland Mary Jane, widow, house 15 Appleton corporation 

Sutliffe William, machinist, boards 2 South Highland 

Swain John M. painter, house 59 Merrimac corporation 

Swan Albert Gr. farmer, house south of Ayer's City 

Swan Charles, clerk, boards 25 Bartlett 

Swan {Charles A. F.), Stackpole (A. J.) k Woodmaan (G.D.), 

counsellors, 13 Barristers' Hall, boards American House 
Swan Daniel, boots and shoes, 41 Merrimac, house 25 Bartlett 
Swan Daniel A. clerk, Merrimac, boards 25 Bartlett 
Swan D. Webster, boards 28 Massachusetts corp. 
Swan Edward P. clerk, 23 Central, boards 13 do. 
Swan George B. watchman and boarding-house, 61 Lawrence corp. 
Swan Joseph C. weaver, boards 19 Massachusetts corp. 
Swan Joshua, house 20 Congress 

Swan Webb (Jenness Sf Webb), boots, &c. 83 Central, b. 5 John 
Swapp Andrew F. asst. supt. L. M. Co. house First, near Bridge, 

Centralville 
Swapp Isabella Mrs. house 54 Middle 
Swasey George S. painter, boards 89 Moody 
Swazey Almond L. carder, house 57 Boott corp. 
Sweatt George, laborer, boards 67 Lawrence corp. 
Sweatt Henry, stone-layer, house 7 Goward place 
Sweatt Samuel {Runels, Clough ^ Co.), house 85 Appleton 
Sweeney Dennis, weigher, house Suffolk, near Cross 
Sweeney Edward, machinist, house 12 Cross 
Sweeney Henry, laborer, house Jefferson 
Sweeney Hugh, carpet weaver, house 7 Kidder 
Sweeney Hugh Mrs. house 10 Wall 
Sweeney James, laborer, house 5 McDermott's block 

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Sweeney Michael, house 12 Cabot (30th Regt.) 

Sweetser Julyi, widow, boards 406 Merriraac 

Sweetser Oliver S. mechanic, house 203 Middlesex 

Sweetser (Theodore If.) & Gardner ( TFm. aS.), counsellors, 43^ 

Central, house Nesmith 
Swett Charles, dresser, boards 4 Appleton corp. 
Swett Charles, operative, boards 154 Suffolk 
Swett Daniel, jr. stencil cutter, house Varney, near School 
Swett Edmund, 21 Moody, boards 152 Merrimac corp. 
Swett Edwin, mechanic, boards 152 Merrimac corp. 
Swett John F. moulder, house 126 Middlesex 
Swett John H. wheelwright, house 12 Branch 
Swett Mary, Rebecca, and Maria IMisses, house 89 Bartlett 
Swett Newell S. boarding-house, 139 Merrimac corp. 
Swett Samuel Mrs. house 12 ]jawrence corp. 
Swett Susan Gl. Miss, house 48 Elm 
Swett William, operative, boards 154 Suffolk 
Swett William L, carriagemaker, Pawtucket, near old canal, house 

Wanalancit, near Pawtucket 
Swift James, teamster, house 52 Andover 
Swift James, teamster, house 19 Chapel 
Sykes Richard M. beltmaker, house 120 Merrimac corp. 
Sylvester George B. carpenter, 4 Salem, house Gold, n. School 
Symmes Henry, shoemaker, 120 Central, h. 239 School 
Symmes Sophia S. widow, boards 36 Howard 
Symonds Edward, variety store, 2 Tildcn, house do. 
Sythes William H. weaver, house 17 Appleton corp. 

TABER FRANK J. dark, 2-33 Merriraac, house at Dracut 

Taber James W. machinist, boards 19 Market 

Taber Wing H. planemaker, 19 Market, hou^e do. 

Tabor Jolm, fanner, house off River road, Dracut 

Tabor John F. clerk, 253 Merrimac, house River road, Dracut 

Tabor J. Frank, provisions, hous3 River r^al, Dracut 

Taft Nel^^on F. clerk, 54 Merrimac, house 3 Nesmith 

Tao;2;;iit Leander Mrs. house 16 Adams 

Taguc Daniel, operative, house 244 ^Merrimac 

Tague Dennis, machinist, boards 80 Middle 

Tague Hugh, machinist, house 39 Lowell 

Taisey Lydia, dry-goods, Gorham, cor. Middlesex, house do. 

Taisey Robert, clerk, A. L. Waite's, house 76 Dutton 

Talbot Charles, operative, boards 137 Middlesex 

Talbot Charles P. & Co. (Thomas, Echoard JR. ^ Julian Talbot), 
drugs and dye-stuffs, east end of market house, house Chest- 
nut, n. Park 

Talbot Curtis A. machinist, house 5 Middlesex place [Park 

Talbot Edwin R. (Charles F. Talbot 4- Co.), boards Chestnut, n. 

Talbot Julian (Charles P. Talbot ^ Co.), b. Chestnut, n. Park 

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Talbot Matthew, machinist, house Linden, corner Auburn 
Talbot Thomas {Charles P. Talbot ^ Co.), house at N. Billerica 
Tallant Samuel B. spinner, house 5 Appleton corp. 
Tankard Abraham, boards 86 Charles 
Tanner Charles E. watchman, boards 139 Merrimac corp. 
Tapley Eliza D. teacher, boards 44 Branch 
Tapley Jesse, timber dealer, house 44 Branch 
Tapley Joseph, wood, Jackson, n. round house, h. 37 Church 
Tapley Mary A. teacher, boards 44 Branch 
Tarbell George Gr. salesman, boards E. Pine, near Carlton 
Tarbell Reuben Mrs. house 7 Garnet 
Tarbox William, mason, house Front, Centralville 
Tarr Edwin M. operative, house Lincoln place 
Tarr George J. dry-goods, 48 Jlcrrimac, house 43 Tyler 
Tattersall Henry, machine printer, house 42 Hamilton corp. 
Tattersall John, cotton-printer, boards 94 IMiddlesex 
Tattersall Mary, widow, house 94 3Iiddlesex 
Tatterson John, superintendent Suffolk Co. house 2 Cabot block 
Tay Sullivan, shoemaker, house Mefchuen, Centralville 
Taylor Albion C. {Cook ^ 2\), 42 Merrimac, b. American House 
Taylor Alfred, finisher, house 66 Warren 
Taylor Amos Mrs. boards IMoody, corner Pawtucket 
Taylor Catharine, widow, house 8 Franklin square, Adams 
Taylor {Charles) & Brown (Jonas lil.), hairdressers, 2 Merri- 
mac House, boards 29 Boott corp. 
Taylor Charles, moulder, boards 13 Hamilton corp. 
Taylor Charles I. cabinetmaker, boards 8 Franklin sq. Adams 
Taylor Charles W. moulder, boards 52 Church 
Taylor David, at Norcross & Saunders', house 29 School 
Taylor Frederick, clerk, boards 8 Adams, Franklin square 
Taylor James S. foreman, 29 Middlesex, boards 113 Central 
Taylor John, beltmaker, house 50 Lawrence corp. 
Taylor John, teamster, house 230 Middlesex 
Taylor John F. carpenter, house 20 Moody 
Taylor Joseph, spinner, house 75 Boott corp. 
Taylor Lewis W. overseer, house 12 High-street square 
Taylor Luke B. house Central, above Charles 
Taylor Martha JMrs. house 13 River, Centralville 
Taylor Myron, clerk, freight depot, boards 41 Cushing 
Taylor Nathan, clerk, 45 Central, house 154 Gorham 
Taylor Paris K. machinist, house 43 L. M. S. corp. 
Taylor (Samuel A.) & Gardner (James W.), wooden ware, 241 

Merrimac, house 323 do. 
Taylor Samuel W. carpenter, house 172 Merrimac corp. 
Taylor So[)hronia D. widow, house 43 L. jVI. S. corp. 
Taylor Thnnias, carpenter, boards 5 Lagrange 
Taylor Wilfred P. counsellor, 49 Central, b. 8 Franklin square 
Taylor William, harnessmaker, boards 29 Boott corp. 

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Teabo Joseph, lumberman, bouse Pcrrin 
Teadley Margaret, widow, bouse 20 Moody 
Teague Patrick, Faulkner's Mill, boards lo8 Lawrence 
Tebbetts Cliarles Gr. spinner, bouse 10 Massachusetts corp. 
Tebbetts Temple (New York), bouse 21 Fourth, Centralville 
Teel George S. Mrs. house Quebec, corner Manchester 
Tebune Emeline, dressmaker, boards 142 Colburn 
Temple Drucilla, widow, house 15 Tremont corp. 
Temple James, carpenter, house 20 North Fianklin court 
Temple Samuel, fireman, L. & B. E. R. house 19 N. Franklin ct. 
Temple Thomas W. mason, house Pine, near Liberty 
Temple William, operative, boards 21 Hamilton corp. 
Tenney Horace, clerk, boards 16 Boott corp. 
Tenney Horace B. clerk, 113 Thorndike, boards 116 French 
Tetley George, carder, house 13 Lawrence corp. 
Tetreau Adolph, wheelwright, bouse rear 15 Willie avenue 
Teuahy Patrick, laborer, house Linden, corner Auburn 
Thackrah George, clerk, 68 Merrimae, boards 8 Lawrence 
Thackrah Henry, boots and shoes, 68 Menimac, house 8 Lawrence 
Thatcher George, bell-hanger, &c. 52^ Merrunac, house 77 Co- 
burn, Centralville 
Thayer Henry R. physician, 16 Central, house do. 
Thayer Levi P. (S. C), house First, near Bridge, Centralville 
Thissell Andrew, at Smith Adams', house 19 Branch 
Thissell Charles A. house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Thissell Charles E. carpenter, house Ninth, Centralville 
Thissell Daniel Mrs. house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Thissell Earl Amri, at J. C. Ayer & Co. 's, house 51 Bridge, 

Centralville 
Thissell John F. shoemaker, house Sit. Pleasant, Centralville 
Thissell Joshua, house Ninth, Centralville 

Thissell Phillip, carriagemaker, boards Wanalancit, n. Pawtucket 
Thomas Albert H., Merrimae corp. house 67 do. 
Thomas Charlotte A. widow, bouse 4 Faulkner's block 
Thomas Christopher, boards 67 Merrimae corp. 
Thomas Christopher E. machinist, boards 134 Merrimae corp. 
Thomas Eimund, carrier, boards School, corner Branch 
Thomas Elisha A. .watchman, house 25 Charles 
Thomas Eunice P. Miss, house 15 Auburn 
Thomas George S. upholsterer, boards 15 Fayette 
Thomas Henry A. operative, boards 25 Charles 
Thomas James, carder, boards 27 Suffolk corp. 
Thomas John, laborer, hou,se 43 Adams 
Thomas Kate A. bookkeeper, 88 Market, boards 25 Charles 
Thomas Marcus A. overseer, Merrimae corp. house 72 do. 
Thomas Mary R. widow, house 15 Fayette 
Thomas Richard, laborer, house 16 Adams 
Thomas William, Merrimae Print Works, house 11 Cabot 

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Thomason Samuel, wool comber, boards 50 Hamilton corp. 

Thoraes Mary Miss, house 9 Tilden court 

Thomes Peter A. carpenter, house 9 Tilden court 

Thompson Albert C. fliermaker, boards 62 L. M. S. corp. 

Thompson Alsie M. widow, house 95 Howard 

Thompson Alvin, carpenter, boards 13 Adams, Franklin square 

Thompson Bethuel T. Mrs. millinery, 91 Merrimac, boards do. 

Thompson Chas. miller, boards 109 Appleton 

Thompson Charles H. carpenter, 49 Mass. corp. 

Thompson EHza Mrs. house 82 Church 

Thompson George B. cutter, 156 Merrimac, bds. Washington House 

Thompson George H. overseer, Hamilton, house 39 do. 

Thompson Harriet A. Mrs. house Chelmsford, corner Howard. 

Thompson Henry M. blacksmith, house 4 Cabot block 

Thompson Ira, machinist, house 176 Merrimac corp. 

Thompson James, machinist, boards 70 L. M. S. corp. 

Thompson James B. carpenter, house 71 High 

Thompson John 0. baker, house 7 Garnet 

Thompson Marshall E. botanic medicines, 268 Merrimac, house 
18 Tilden 

Thompson Ilinaldo, gasfitter, house 96 Middlesex 

Thompson Robert, machinist, boards rear 187 Central 

Thompson Roxanna, widow, house 133 Merrimac corp. 

Thompson Samuel, engineer, house 1 Merriam's court, High 

Thompson Sarah J. widow, boards 23 Appleton corp. 

Thompson Thomas, spinner, house rear 187 Central 

Thompson (Wm. A.) & Boardman (i/! IF.), counsellors, 5 Barris- 
ters' hall, house at Boston 

Thompson William K. billiard saloon, 12 Merrimac, house 80 South 

Thorii John, wool carder, house 14 Suffolk corp. 

Thorn Samuel, mason, boards 172 Merrimac corp. 

Thorning Cyrus H. folder, house 32 Bleachery 

Thorning John F. laborer, boards 23 Bleachery 

Thornley Peter, carpenter, boards 8 Wamesit 

Thornton Charles H. carpenter, house 177 Gorham 

Thornton Edward, Meri'imac, house Llewellyn, Centralville 

Thornton Francis, grocer, 134 Central, boards 32 William 

Thornton Henry R. carpenter, house 177 Gorham 

Thornton James, laborer, h. Front, Centralville 

Thornton Patrick, 134 Central, boards 32 William 

Thurlow Elizabeth and Jane Misses, house 11 East Merrimac 

Thurston Benj. proprietor Washington House, Central, c. Church 

Thurston Elijah C. tinsmith, house 2 Ford 

Thurston Joel M. watchman, house 30 Smith 

Thyne James, laborer, house 11 Davidson 

Thyne John, blacksmith, house 38 Bleachery 

Thyng Charlotte G. and Mary A. house 36 Howard 

Tibbetts Charles G. spinner, house 10 Mass. corp. 

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Tibbetts Henry, blacksmith, house 12 Third, Centralville 
Tibbetts Joseph R. farmer, house Mt. Pleasant, Centralville 
Tibbetts William B. phrenologist and teacher, house Sixth, Cen- 
tralville 
Tibbin Robert, weaver, house 9 George 
Ticehurst James, machinist, house 92 East Merrimac 
Ticknor David, jr. shoecutter, house 8 Race 
Ticknor Henry L. carpenter, house 24 Austin 
Tienan Timothy, laborer, house 3 Maiden lane 
Tierney Bridget, widow, house 33 Summer 
Tierney John, laborer, boards 94 Gorham 
Tierney Margaret Mrs. house 94 Gorham 
Tierney Matthew, spinner, boards 2 William 
Tierney Michael, blacksmith, house 52 Gorham 
Tierney Patrick, boilermaker, house 12 Winter 
Tierney Patrick, laborer, boards 94 Gorham 
Tierney Patrick, dresser, boards 5 Suffolk corp. 
Tierney Patrick, boards, 52 Gorham 

Tierney , widow, house 92 Gorham 

Tighe Edward, blacksmith, house 64 Adams 

Tighe Henry, sawyer, house 3 Molloy's court 

Tighe Hugh, laborer, house 7 Jefferson 

Tighe Lawrence, blacksmith, house 38 Common 

Tighe Michael, picker, house 12 Jefferson 

Tighe, see Tye 

Tilley James, gardener, house 2 Moore 

Tilley Owen, mason, house 11 Crosby 

Tilley Sarah Mrs. house rear 17 Willie avenue 

Tilton Abraham, overseer, Lawrence corporation, house 88 do. 

Tilton Albert, carpenter, house 69 Church 

Tilton Charles F. letter carrier, P. 0. boards 308 Central 

Tilton Charles W. house 247 Central 

Tilton Frank, machinist, boards 101 Central 

Tilton George F. machinist, boards 13 Boott corp. 

Tilton George W. miller, S. N. Wood's, house Hudson 

Tilton Herman N. moulder, boards 308 Central 

Tilton John W. moulder, boards 308 Central 

Tilton Joseph, carpenter, house 308 Central 

Tilton Joseph 0. gigger, boards 308 Central 

Tilton Martin V. B. painter, boards 46 Charles 

Tilton Wheelock G. draughtsman, L. M. S. b. 50 L. M. S. corp. 

Timlin Patrick, laborer, house 1 Chapel 

Tinker George, shoemaker, 75 Central, house 64 Gorham 

Tinker Henry W. harnessmaker, boards 111 Howard 

Tinker Law, shoemaker, 75 Central, boards Lawrence, n. Grove 

Titcomb Mary Miss, house Lincoln place 

Tobin Helen, widow, house 1 Marion 

Tobin John (California), house Donahoe's court 

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Tobin Michael, machmist, boards 1 Marion 

Tobin Patrick J. laborer, bouse 25 Tremont 

Tobin Thomas, moulder, boards 58 South 

Togood Sterry, operative, boards 1 Maiden lane 

Tolman John C. variety store, 334 Merrimac, house 336 do. 

Toohey Michael, mariner, boards Coburn, c. River, Centralville 

Toohey Thomas, painter, house 05 Market 

Toohey Timothy, cardstripper, h. Coburn, c. River, Centralville 

Tooker Michael, farmer, house 289 Middlesex 

Toole Thomas, laborer, house 2 Coburn, Centralville 

Toomey Dennis, laborer, house 5 Quigley's alley 

Toper Samuel, cardstripper, house 59 E. Merrimac 

Toppan Abner Mrs. house Third, c. Mt. Vernon, Centralville 

Torsey James M. boxraaker, house Fletcher, corner Adams 

Totman Stark {Lancaster 4' T.), 106 Central, h. 110 E. Merrimac 

Touey Thomas, laborer, boards 13 Summer 

Tower George R. finisher, boards 35 Tremont corp. 

Tower James, house 209 Central 

Tower Thomas T. painter, boards 209 Central 

Towey George, army, house Decatur [ville 

Towle Simon, photographist, 88 Merrimac, b. 16 Myrtle, Central- 

Towler Harry, gardener, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Townsend Abel D., Boott, house 242 Gorham 

Townsend John, machinist, boards 4 Cushing [n. Lawrence 

Townson James, worsted spinning. Wamesit Power Co. h. Watson, 

Tracy John, spinner, house 12 William 

Tracy Lucretia P. boarding-house, 37 Massachusetts corp. 

Tracy Margaret Mrs. house 2 John-street avenue 

Trahon Peter, operative, boards 5 Lowell corp. 

Trainor Michael, laborer, house 14 George 

Tramble Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 87 Moody 

Trask Daniel, farmer, house 297 Middlesex 

Trask Isaac, machinist, house 5 Butterfield 

Trask James T., B. &. L. R. R. house 32 Branch 

Trask Joseph H. teamster, house 8 Bleachery 

Trask Oliver H. P. stonecutter, house 6 Franklin court 

Traver Benjamin M. laborer, house 4 Ford 

Traver Charles, weaver, boards 36 Hamilton corp. 

Traver Jacob H. carder, house 21 Tremont corp. 

Traversi Joseph, laborer, house 160 Central 

Traversi Thomas, laborer, boards 129 Middlesex 

Treagy John, painter, boards 27 William 

Trescott Hannah M. boarding-house, 34 Lawrence corp. 

Trimble Matthias, house Lincoln place 

Trimble Matthias, jr. laborer, boards Lincoln place 

Trink George, carder, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Tripp John, rollcoverer, house E. Merrimac, corner Alder 

Trombley Edward, spinner, boards 34 Lawrence 

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Troumbley Lewis, carder, boards 4 Appleton corp. 
Troumbley William, carder, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Trout , Miss, house 14 Central 

Trow Elizabeth Mrs. boarding-house, 38 Massachusetts corp. 

Trow Thomas, butcher, house 16 Clay 

Trowbridge Alfred, machinist, boards 70 L. M. S. corp. 

Trowbridge John, carpenter, house 4 Clark 

Trowbridge Phineas, shoemaker, house 31 High 

True Andrew, tanner, boards Lincoln 

True Chapman H. carder, house 71 Boott corp. 

True Charles 0. (Leathers Sf T.), provisions, 190 Middlesex, 

house 9 Chelmsford 
Truesdeli Harriet M. nurse, 15 Franklin court 
Trueworthy James B. overseer, Hamilton corp. house 46 do. 
Trumbel {James W.) & Haskell (Charles P.), sawfilers, 30 Pres- 

cott, house 33 Massachusetts corp. 
Trumbull Thomas, peddler, boards 148 Central 
Trumbull William, machinist, boards 22 Hamilton corp. 
Tuck Andrew J., Merrimac corporation, house 71 do. 
Tuck Charles H. chemist, boards 8 Bleaehery 
Tuck Edward, pres. Old Lowell National Bank, and broker (B.), 

house 6 Sixth, Centralville 
Tuck Warren, shoemaker, boards 48 Church 
Tucke Thomas J. patternmaker, boards 13 Grand 
Tucker Bridget, widow, boards 24 JeiFerson 
Tucker Charles, tinsmith, boards 101 Central 
Tucker Gordon F. (Keyes Sf T.), 134 Merrimac, house 39 Tyler 
Tucker Joel, tin peddler, boards 4 Lagrange court 
Tucker John, spinner, boards 52 Massachusetts corp. 
Tucker Michael, teamster, house 289 Middlesex 
Tufts Eben, boards Washington House 
Tufts Edward, treas. clerk, Merrimac Mill, house 33 Moody 
Tuite Simon P. laborer, house 69 Boott corp. [tralville 

Tullock Robert N. silversmith, 25 Central, h. Mt. Vernon, Cen- 
Tullock Stella A. teacher, Paige-street Primary School 
Tully Bridget, widow, house 56 South 
Tully John, machinist, boards rear 1 Summer 
Tully John, laborer, house rear 82 Moody 
Tully Michael, laborer, house 36 Crosby 
Tully Owen, laborer, house 34 Crosby 
Tully Patrick, marbledresser, house 11 Court avenue 
TuUy Thomas, laborer, house 137 Lowell 
Tummelty Felix, bootmaker, house 13 Winter 
Tummelty Patrick, stamper, boards 13 Winter 
Turner Benjamin F. paperearrier, house 260 Merrimac 
Turner Betsey, widow, house 1 Pond 
Turner George W. carpenter, boards 119 Central 
Tnrner John, moulder, house Railroad, near Hale 

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Turner Joseph {T. Atherton S^ Co.), Howe, house 29 High 

Turner Thomas M. carpenter, boards 38 Charles 

Turner William H. machinist, boards 13 Lowell corporation 

Turner William H. carder, house 43 Lawrence corporation 

Tuttle Ann C. Mrs. house 41 Gushing 

Tuttle Bben, carpenter, house 29 Bleachery 

Tuttle Franklin, overseer, house 17 Bleachery 

Tuttle John, boards 17 Bleachery 

Tattle John, Massachusetts, house 1 Green's court 

Tuttle Levi, clerk, boards 14 Massachusetts corporation 

Tuttle Merari, picker, house rear 105 East Merrimac 

Tuttle Sylvanus, spinner, boards 12 Suffolk corporation 

Tuttle Tobias, farmer, house 12 Suffolk corporation 

Tuxbury Moses M. Mrs. h. 37 Bridge, cor. Third, Centralville 

Tweed T. Gibson {GarletonS^ Hovey), apothecary, City Hall, 164 

Merrimac, boards 51 East Merrimac 
Twiss Benjamin P. carder, house 6 Lawrence corporation 
Twiss James J Bev. house 107 Gorham 

Twitchell Andrew S. machinist, foreman, 84 Middle, h. 89 Moody 
Twitchell Stillman Mrs. house 91 Moody 
Twoinbly Eli, brickmaker, house 92 Moody 
Twombly Joshua, carpenter, house 14 Bleachery 
Twombly Lydia, widow, boards Mount Vernon, near Westford 
Twombly Octavius, laborer, house 8 Middlesex place 
Twombly Tousaaint, laborer, house 222 Merrimac 
Tye Patrick, laborer, house High-street square 
Tyler Albert M. carpenter, house 14 Church 
Tyler Artemas S. cashier Prescott National Bank and treasurer 

Five Cents Savings Bank, house 170 East Merrimac 
Tyler Charles A. clerk, 5 Central, boards 14 Church 
Tyler Daniel B. painter, house 5 Ford 
Tyler David L. painter, house 126 Middlesex 
Tyler George S. engineer. Stony B. R. R. house 19 Howard 
Tyler Hiram M. machinist, boards 23 Bridge, Centralville 
Tyler Jane S. E,. Mrs. boarding-house, 9 Merrimac corporation 
Tyler Jonathan, house Park, corner Andover 
Tyler Lucian C. spinner, boards 9 Ford 
Tyler Rinaldo H. machinist, house 17 Cady 
Tyler Silas, house 28 Church 
Tyler Silas, jr. at 27 Central, house 20 Kirk 
Tyler William Mrs. house 57 Howard 

Tyng {Levi B.) k Marshall (Asaph Ji.), Lowell Wrench Com- 
pany, rear Arch, house Grand, south of Chelmsford 
Tyng, see Thyng 

Tyrrell Frank H. conductor, horse railroad, boards 111 Central 
Tyrrell Joseph, junk-gatherer, house 22 George 
Tyrrell Robert, laborer, boards 22 George 
Tyrrell Rosa, widow, house Jefferson, corner Lowell 

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Tytar Henry, operative, "boards 337 Central 
Tytar Elizabeth Mrs. house 337 Central 

UBERT FLAVILL, laborer, house 290 Middlesex 
Umpleby John, washer, house 13 Cady [Centralville 

Underbill Ervin, overseer, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 26 Read, 
Underbill Ira B., J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, b. 26 Read, Centralville 
Underwood Charles H. tinsmith, house 27 Adams 
Underwood Frank, dresser, boards 12 Suffolk corporation 
Underwood Helen, house 56 Church 
Underwood Rebecca, widow, boards 9 Race 
Underwood Thomas D. farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Unsworth Frances Mrs. house 53 Middle 
Unsworth Henry, blockcutter, house 2 Thorndike 
Unsworth Henry, jr. laborer, boards 2 Thorndike 
Upham Andrew C. boards River road, Dracut (30th Regt.) 
Upham Artemas G. farmer, house River road, Dracut 
Upham Samuel F. Rev. house 18 Tyler 
Upham William, boarding-house, 53 Boott corporation 
Upton {Albert W.) & Blake {E. 0.), shoulder-brace manufac- 
tory, 5 John, house 25 Fifth, Centralville 
Upton Frederick A. boarding-house, 12 Hamilton corporation 
Upton Henry, upholsterer, house 24 Branch 
Upton Joseph S. watchman, house 79 Brown 
Upton Joseph S. dresser, -house 79 Lawrence corporation 
Urann (Charles F.) k Frost (Charles K), grocers, 255 Merri- 
mac, house 44 Paige 

VALLERY SARAH, widow, house 116 Middlesex 

Vance Joseph, laborer, house 8 Middlesex 

Vance WiUiam, blacksmith, boards 71 Lawrence corporation 

Vanslett Solomon, moulder, house 6 Groward place 

Van Tassle John, carpenter, house 13 Austin _. — 

Van Wyke Charles, picker, boards 26 Massachusetts corporation 

Varney Charles, machinist, house 38 Fletcher 

Varney Robert, house 33 High 

Varney Samuel J. Mrs. house 14 Ash 

Varnum Bradley Mrs. boards River road, Dracut 

Varnum Caroline B. Mrs. house Varnum, Centralville 

Varnum Charles, carpenter, boards 50 Moody 

Varnum Daniel, house River road, Dracut 

Varnum Emma 0. nurse, house 3 High-street square 

Varnum Greorge W, painter, house 18 Brown 

Varnum George W. baggagemaster, house 143 Gorham 

Varnum Henry C. clerk, house Varnum, Centralville 

Varnum James, boards River road, Dracut 

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Varnum Jones P. (^Marshall Si F.), 3 Barristers' Hall, boards 
4 Ash 

Varnum Josliua, house Bridge, corner Sixth, Centralville 

Varnum Joshua B. farmer, boards Bridge, c. Sixth, Centralville 

Varnum Joseph B. clerk, 20 Market, boards 50 Moody 

Varnum Leavitt R. J. shearer, boards Bridge, corner Sixth, Cen- 
tralville 

Varnum Lydia, widow, house Bridge, comer Old road, Centralville 

Varnum Mary P. widow, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Varnum Thomas, farmer, house Dracut 

Varnum William H. teamster, house Varnum, Centralville 

Varnum William P. farmer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Vaughn Frank H. student, boards 167 Middlesex 

Vaughn Michael, laborer, boards 148 Central 

Vaughn Patrick, laborer, boards 148 Central 

Vaughn Susan J. Mrs. house 167 Middlesex 

Veau Frank, laborer, house 4 Livingston's block 

Velrant Thomas, laborer, boards 11 Middlesex 

Veo Luke, baker, house Decatur 

Veo Peter, baker, house Decatur 

Verrill John L. painter, boards 29 Hamilton corp. 

Vickery Alfred, watchman, house 14 Brown 

Vickery Andover, spinner, boards 17 Lawrence corp. 

Vickery Dexter B. photographer, 50 Merrimac, house 14 Brown 

Vickery Dexter B. fancy-goods, 94 Merrimac, house 14 Brown 

Vickery Josiah P. painter, 10 East Merrimac, house 4 High-st 
square 

Viles Albert, farmer, house Coburn, Centralville 

Vinal Asa, carpenter, house 22 Clay 

Vinal Charles A. carpenter, house 3 Adams court 

Vinal George S. carpenter, house River road, Dracut 

Vinal Thomas, teamster, house Adams court 

Vincent Ann, widow, house 30 Davidson 

Vincent Charles, shoemaker, house 22 North 

Vincent Eleanor, house 56 Church 

Viney William, physician (B.), house Richardson, Centralville 

Vining Alonzo H. teamster, boards 20 Suffolk corp. 

Vining Ezra A., Merrimac corp. house 40 do. 

Vinton Henry, optician, boards 76 Dutton 

Vinton Horace Mrs. house 5 Sixth, Centralville 

Vinton Wilbur F. clerk, 45 Central, boards 5 Sixth 

Vose Charlotte Miss, house 82 Charles 

Vose Thomas S. card clothier, house 2 Jackson 

WACKENFELDT GUSTAVUS D. boards 33 Moody 
Wade Deborah R. widow, boards Perrin- 
Wade Henry C. hatter, boards 17 Hamilton corp. 
Wade Snell 0. machinist, 84 Middle, house 4 Perrin 

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Wadleigli Newell Mrs. house 6 Ford 

Wadleigh Phebe, widow, house 3 Spring 

Wadlcigh William 5; shoemaker, house Paige, near Bridge 

Wagner William, laborer, house 4 George 

Waite Aldis L. prodtfee com. merchant, Dutton, opp. Mechanics' 

Mills, hou.se Chelmsford, near Parker 
Waite Betsey, widow, boards 28 South 

Walcott Andrew P. physician, 3 Welles's block, house 11 Alder 
Walcott Frank N. clerk, 158 Merrimac, boards 11 Alder 
Walcott Samuel E. carpenter, boards 16 Appleton corp. 
Waldo Allen, proprietor Howard House, 211 Middlesex 
Waldo Almon. restorator, 201 Middlesex, house 278 Middlesex 
Waldron Bartlett, spinner, boards 5 SufFolk corp. 
Waldron Charles, weaver, boards 8 Dodge 
Waldron Horace, machinist, boards 5 SufFolk corp. 
Waldron Lorenzo, weaver, house 61 Mass. corp. 
Waldron Mary A. milliner, 108 Merrimac, boards 113 do. 
Walker Alexander, dyer, house 42 Lawrence 
Walker Andrew J. house 8 Willow 

Walker Benj. correspondent, J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, h. 20 Appleton 
Walker Benjamin F. carpenter, house 7 High-st. square 
AValker Charles H. (Wm. W. Sf Co.), 80 Lawrence, boards 44 
Tyler 

Walker Charles H. fruits, &c. 204 Merrimac, boards 7 Tremont 
Walker Daniel A. machinist, house 323 Merrimac 

Walker Daniel G. (Wm. W. Sf Co.), SO Lawrence, boards 44 
Tyler 

Walker Edward, presser, boards 100 Market 

Walker Edward C. clerk, 42 Merrimac, boards 8 Willow 

Walker Elizabeth Mrs. boarding-house, 6 Lowell corp. 

Walker Frank, watchman, boards 43 Mass. corp. 

Walker George P. soap manufacturer, 382 Middlesex, b. Branch 

Walker George W. (Cutter^ TF), 48 Central, house 83 Summer 

Walker Henry H. painter, boards 56 Mass. corp. 

Walker John, laborer, house 86 Moody 

Walker Joshua M. carpenter, house 15 Oak 

Walker Mary, widow, house 2 Garnet 

Walker Philo T. machinist, house 129 Merrimac corp. 

Walker Ruel J. carder, house 62 Boott corp. 

AValker Sawyer, carpenter, house 2 Garnet 

Walker William & Co. (W. K Jowett, S. Greenwood, D. G. S^ C. 
H. Walker), manufacturers, 80 Lawrence, house 44 Tyler 

Walker William, boards rear 76 Charles 

Walker , soap, boards 17 Appleton corp. 

Wallace Bryant, blacksmith, boards 17 Grand 

Wallace Charles O. carder, boards 134 Merrimac corp. 

Wallace Daniel R. weaver, house 48 Boott corp. 

Wallace Elizabeth C. widow, boards 25 Bleachery 

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Wallace James, weaver, bouse First 

Wallace Stephen, mason, house 50 Church 

Wallace Thomas, laborer, boards 100 Suffolk 

Wallingford Lyman J. tinsmith, 118 Central, house 49 High 

Wallis William L. paper carrier, house 17 Railroad 

Walch Bartholomew, spinner, house 59 Hamilton block 

Walsh Henry, 48 Central, house 30 Willow 

Walsh John, at Dugdale's Mill, house rear stone house, Whipple 

Walsh John, tailor, boards 16 Summer 

Walsh John, boltmaker, house 5 Swift 

Walsh John, laborer, house 179 Lawrence 

Walsh Michael, laborer, house 12 Mill 

Walsh Patrick H. tinsmith, boards 28 Adams 

Walsh Redmond, carpet-weaver, house 179 Lawrence 

Walton Andrew C. weaver, house 48 Massachusetts corp. 

Walton Calvin D. job wagon, house Liberty, n. Chelmsford 

Walton Charles, machinist, boards 49 Mass. corp. 

Walton Charles, bobbinmaker, boards 74 Middlesex 

Walton Daniel, grocer, 49 Glorham, house do. 

Walton James, ^^verseer, boards 25 Market 

Walton Lorenzo W. weaver, house 61 Massachusetts corporation 

Walton Williftm, L. & L. R. R. house 61 Howard 

Ward A. F. foreman, Parker & Nichols, boards 32 Suffolk 

Ward Catharine, widow, house rear 11 Hanover 

Ward Charles, weaver, boards 2 Suffolk corporation 

Ward Francis, mason, house 6 Appleton 

Ward James, boards 18 Charles 

Ward James M. boots and shoes, 18 John, house 13 Oak 

Ward John, operative, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 

Ward John, repairer, house First, Centralville 

Ward John H. carder, boards 43 Lawrence corporation 

Ward Josiah P. machinist, Wamesit Power Co. h. r. 242 Central 

Ward Julia Mrs. house 18 Charles 

Ward Michael, boilermaker, house 6 McCarry's court 

Ward Patrick, tailor, house rear 16 Appleton 

Ward Patrick, laborer, house 37 North 

Ward Richard, grocer, 68 Charles, boards 95 Grorham 

Ward Sullivan L. & W. Gr. dentist, Savings Bank Building, house 

143 Fletcher 
Ward Terrance, laborer, house 95 Gorham 
Ward Thomas, weaver, house 34 Lawrence 
Ward Thomas, at J. C. Ayer's, boards 95 Gorham 
Ward Thomas E. foreman, R. Kitson's, house 1 Reed's court 
Ward Thomas E. machinist, house 18 Charles 
Ward William G. {S. L. ^ W. G. Ward), Savings Bank Build- 
ing, house 147 Fletcher 
Ward William H. weaver, house 9 Cabot block 
Wardwell James V. inspector, house East Pine, near Nichols 

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Ware Henry D., Lowell, boards 113 Merrimac 

Ware John A. furniture-finisher, 29 Fletcher, bds. 21 Franklin s<|. 

Ware Lyraan P. machinist, house 47 Gushing 

Warington Harvey, dresser, boards 12 SufFolk corporation 

Wark John, finisher, boards 8 Tremont corporation 

Warner Mary H. widow, boards 21 Queen 

Warren Aaron R. clothing, 1 Canal block, Central, h. 385 Merrimac 

Warren Ann Mrs. boards 85 Charles 

Warren Charles H. clerk, 7 John, boards 7 Cady 

Warren Emily M. teacher, house Chelmsford, corner Howard 

Warren Ezra P. butcher, house 19 Branch 

Warren F. Levi, clerk, Merrimac, boards do. 

Warren George F. Rev. house 393 Merrimac 

Warren John, carpet mills, boards 18 Cross 

Warren Rachel Mrs. house 9 Cady 

Warren Robert, carpet mills, boards 18 Cross 

Warren Thomas A. house '16 North (Lieut. 30th Regt ) 

Washburn Ann Mrs. nurse, house rear 16 Austin 

Washburn ( C^arZes) & Pearl {F. F.), provisions, 31 Market, h. 

6 Go ward place 
Washburn Charles T. spinner, boards rear 16 Austin 
Washburn Fanny Mrs. milliner, boards 28 Charles 
Washburn John M. house 68 Appleton 
Washburn {John 31.) k Sanborn {N. C), photographers, 28 

Merrimac 
Washburn John M. photographist, 100 Merrimac, h. 68 Appleton 
Washburn Toomas S. machinist, house rear 16 Austin 
Washburn Zalmuna, machinist, boards 3 East Merrimac 
Waterhouse Benjamin, boarding-house, 28 Hamilton corporation 
Waterhouse Benjamin W. musician, house Forrest, cor. Stevens 
Waterman Levi, overseer, house 10 Hamilton corporation 
Waters James, carder, boards 4 Appleton corporation 
Waterson John, restorator, 81 Market, house do. 
Waterson William H. operative, boards 101 Central 
Watkins Helena C. widow, house rear 4 Dodge 
Watkins John C. (Washington, D. C), boards rear 4 Dodge 
Watson Alden B. overseer, house 11 Appleton corporation 
Watson Charles, machinist, boards 123 Middlesex 
Watson Charles, spinner, boards 29 Massachusetts corporation 
Watson Edward F. bobbin manufacturer. Mechanics' Mills, house 

Chelmsford, corner Westford 
Watson George, machinist, boards 113 Central 
Watson Hiram, bleacher, house 54 South 

Watson James, overseer, 3Ierrimac IMill, house 31^ Merrimac corp. 
Watson James, cardgrinder, house 29 Massachusetts corporation 
Watson James, overseer, boards 11 Appleton 
Watson Jessie, widow, house 15 Appleton corporation 
Watson John, secondhand Carpet, house First, Centralville 

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Watson Lycurgns K. bleacher, house 54 South 

Watson Mary, widow, house rear 36 Appleton 

Watson Matthew, pickertender, boards 45 West Union 

Watson Patrick, laborer, house 40^ West Union 

Watson Peter, cabinetmaker, house 5 Spring 

Watson Phebe C. Mrs. dressmaker, 123 Middlesex, house do. 

Watson llankin, loomfixer, house 38 Appleton 

Watson Samuel W. carpenter, house 111 Appleton 

Watson Shepard, market-gardener, house Porter, cor. Westford 

Watson Thomas (Cal.), house 24 Read, Centralville 

Watson Thomas W. boilermaker, house 5 Bangs' block 

Watson William, overseer carder, house 41 Lawrence corporation 

Watson William, jr. machinist, boards 41 Lawrence corporation 

Watts F. P. stonecutter, boards Howard House 

Watts Thomas H., Merrimac corporation, house 49 do. 

A^augh Frank, boards 51 Worthen 

/ Waugh John, slater. Mechanic, near Dutton, house 51 Worthen 

I Waugh John, jr. boards 51 Worthen 

I W augh William, slater, boards 51 Worthen 
vVay Charles, 4 Merrimac, house 22 Tyler 
Way Mary E. teacher, boards 22 Tyler 
Waymouth George W. carpenter, house Coburn, Centralville 
Webb James H. cabinetmaker, house River road, Dracut 
Webb John E. woodworker, house 161 Merrimac corporation 
Webber Benj. N. {Buttrick 8^ Co.), 20 Market, house Highland 
Webber Geo. N. Rev. house 413 Merrimac 

Webber Henry P. clerk. Merchants' National B'k, b. 159 Central 
Webber John P. bookkeeper, H. Howard's, h. 254 E. Merrimac 
Webber Mary A. Mrs. house 65 Hamilton block, Middlesex 
Webber Samuel, blacksmith, boards 29 Hamilton corporation 
Webber Scott, stonecutter, house 2 Livingston's block 
Webbey Elizabeth Mrs. house 30 Cedar 
Webster Abigail, widow, house rear 39 Fayette 
Webster Birchard E. watchman, boards 50 Lawrence corporation 
Webster Caleb, millinery, house 3 Fifth, Centralville 
Webster Calvin, farmer, house Lincoln, near Bohonan's 
Webster Charles 0. {Pierce 8^ W.), painters, boards 23 Bridge, 

Centralville 
Webster Ebenezer D. carpenter, house 39 Essex 
Webster Elihu L. saloon, 133 Middlesex, house 87 Appleton 
Webster Elisha, cigarmaker, boards 172 Merrimac corporation 
Webster Franklin Mrs. house Methuen, Centralville 
Webster George, carpenter, house 73 Bridge, Centralville 
Webster Isaiah L. bedsteadmaker, boards 213 School 
Webster James E. watchman, house 15 Brown 
Webster Joanna Miss, house 4 Fifth, Centralville 
Webster John G. painter, house 15 Tremont corporation 
Webster Joseph H. currier, boards Calvin Webster's 

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Webster Mary A. teacher, High School, Anne 

Webster William M. Mrs. house 1 Livingston's block 

Webster William P. {Butler ^ W.), counsellor, 4 Museum build- 
ing, house Myrtle, corner Sixth, Centralville 

Wedgewood Andrew J., Merrimac corporation, house 44 do. 

Weed Benjamin M. {W. K Dyer S^- Co.), 41 Centrgl, h. 96 E. 
Merrimac 

Weed George A. carpenter, Lenton court, house 6 Merrill's court 

Weed Norman, watchman, house 4 Salem 

Weed Samuel H. clerk, 41 Central, boards 96 E. Merrimac 

Weeks Cordelia I. boarding-house, 34 Massachusetts corp. 

Weeks Horace, pistolmaker, boards Howard House 

Weeks Samuel, cigar manuf. 25 Merrimac, house 5 Jackson 

Weeks Samuel D. boots and shoes, 145 Middlesex, house Smith, 
near Liberty 

Weeks Timothy Mrs. boards Worthen, corner Mechanic- 

Wehr Melissa, widow, house 6 Appleton corp. 

Welch Bartholomew, dyer, house rear 20 Summer 

Welch Charles A. overseer, Merrimac corporation, house 69 do. 

Welch Chirk G., Merrimac corporation, house 67 do. 

Welch Davil, cari enter, h. Kiver, near City line, Centralville 

Welch David, laborer, house Congress, rear Hale's Mills 

Welch Edward, laborer, house 26 Front, Centralville 

Welch {Edward) & Sullivan {Timothy), provisions, 177 Law- 
rence, house 179 do. 

Welch Edward, hairdresser, 130 Central, boards 51^ Lowell 

Welch Elizabeth B. widow, house 321 Merrimac 

Welch P]llen, widow, house 22 North 

Welch Emma R. teacher. Cross-street Primary School 

Welch Ezra B. fancy-goods, 126 Merrimac, house 14 Race 

Welch George, overseer dresser, house 15 Lowell corp. 

Welch Hannah, widow, house 8 Lewis 

Welch Horatio N. teamster, house 15 Elm 

Welch James, job wagon, house 15 Paige 

Welch James, laborer, house rear 28 Fayette [corp. 

Welch James S. clerk, Wamesit National Bank, b. 18 Prescott 

Welch John, shoemaker, house 118 Suff;:)lk 

Welch John, at American Bolt Co. house 5 Swift 

Welch John, laborer, house rear 196 Lawrence 

Welch John, laborer on railroad, house 55 Common 

Welch John, grocer, house 118 Lowell 

Welch John, spinner, boards rear 16 Appleton 

Welch John, mason, house Green, near George 

Welch John, laborer, boards 230 Middlesex 

Welch John, finisher, boards 35 Bleachery 

Welch {John JT.) & Furlong {J. 0.), provisions, Lowell, corner 
Hanover, boards 40 Salem 

Welch Joseph, blacksmith, house rear 4 Pleasant 

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Welch Joseph R. spinner, boards 2 Suffolk corp. 

Welch Margaret, widow, house 38 Adams 

Welch Michael, cardstripper, house Front, Centralville 

Welch Michael, moulder, house 55 Common 

Welch Patrick, laborer, house rear 28 Fayette 

Welch Patrick, operative, house 5 Dempsey's yard 

Welch Patrick, spinner, house 1 Wall 

Welch Patrick, cardstripper, boards 46 Paige v 

Welch Patrick Mrs. house 46 Paige 

Welch Patrick H. stonecutter, boards 192 Middlesex 

Welch Patrick H. boards 3 Swift 

Welch Pierce, gardener, house 3 Swift 

Welch Redmond, laborer, house 22 North 

Welch Sarah Mrs. boards 46 Paige 

Welch Willard C. overseer, Merrimac corp. house 24 do. 

Welch William (California), house 92 Gorham 

Welcome Charles, laborer, house 291 Middlesex 

Weld Chester F. machinist, 84 Middle, boards 5 Jackson 

Weld Harvey, gasfitter, 8 Central, boards 27 Boott corp. 

Weldun Henry P. bobbinmaker, boards 77 Merrimac corp. 

Wellington Nathan B. watchman, boards 135 Merrimac corp. 

Wellman George Mrs. house 19 Lee 

Wellman George H. patent stripper, house 4 Sixth, Centralville 

Wellman Lucy M. widow, boarding-house, 18 Suffolk corp. 

Wellman William L. clothing, 31 Merrimac, boards John 

Wells Charles D. machinist, house 30 Massachusetts corp. 

Wells C. F. gasfitter, boards 5 Jackson 

Wells David, physician, Welles's block, boards Merrimac House 

Wells Louisa M. house River road, Dracut 

Wells Nancy L. boards River road, Dracut 

Wells WilHam, carder, boards 88 Merrimac corp. 

Welton Daniel, laborer, house West Union 

Wentworth Andrew J. clerk, Howard House, boards do. 

Wentworth Charles H. carder, boards 15 Brown 

Wentworth Charles W. machinist, house 66 L. M. S. corp. 

Wentworth Edward B. W. machinist, boards 106 Middlesex 

Wentworth James M. pistolmaker, boards 62 Broadway 

Wentworth John, laborer, boards 21 Bleachery 

Wentworth John R. machinist, Howe, house 10 Lawrence 

Wentworth Julia C. Mrs. house 4 Ash 

Wentworth Merrill J. carpenter, boards 139 Merrimac corp. 

Wentworth Nathan, mason, house 10 Fifth, Centralville 

Wentworth (^Tapj^an) & Jewett (^Andrew F.), counsellors, 170 

Merrimac, house 24 Lawrence 
Wentworth Walter B. bookkeeper, 46 Merrimac, b. 10 Lawrence 
Wentworth Warren, laborer, house 106 Middlesex 
West Caroline M. Miss, boards 260 Central 
West Daniel Mrs. boards 260 Central 

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West Harvey, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
West James, designer, house Westford, near Grand 
Westall John E. painter, 4 Appleton block, house 26 Chapel 
Weston Camilla E. Miss, boarding-house, 74 Lawrence corp. 
Weston Charles H. patternmaker, Arch, house 6 Branch 
Weston Granville S. printer, boards 66 South 
Weston James B. teamster, boards 5 Hudson 
Weston Jesse K. cai-d clothing, house 198 Central 
Weston Porter, shoemaker, Merrimac, cor. Prescott, house 328 do. 
Weston Ruel H. painter, boards 43 Boott corp. 
Weston Ruel L. boarding-house, 43 Boott corp. 
Weston William P. shoemaker, boards 328 Central 
Wetherbee Asa, carpenter, house 19 Kirk 
Wetherbee Elizabeth, widow, house 96 E. Merrimac 
• Wetherbee Oliver, house 96 East Merrimac 
Wetherbee Sarah M. widow, house 6 Cady 
Wetherbee Sophia P. teacher, Bartlett Grammar School 
Wetherbee Walter 0. clerk, boards 96 East Merrimac 
Weymouth Augustus, founder, boards 40 Essex 
Weymouth Frank H. machinist, boards 40 Essex [cott corp. 

Weymouth Harrison G. 0. law-student, Barrister's Hall, b. 40 Pres- 
Wey mouth Sarah C. Mrs. house 40 Essex 
Weymouth Sarah C. teacher, boards 40 Essex 
Whalan John, house 290 Central 
Whalen John, laborer, house 24 Lowell 
Whalen Margaret Miss, house Front, Centralville 
Wheat Frank H. spinner, boards 27 Tremont 
Wheat Maria S. widow, boards 27 Tremont corp. 
Wheat Solomon, house 27 Tremont 
Whelen Martin, dresser, house 6 Faulkner's block 
Whelen Michael, laborer, boards 6 Faulkner's block 
Wheeler Addison B. watchman, boards 43 Lawrence corp. 
Wheeler Albert, grocer, 12 Tilden, house 382 Merrimac 
Wheeler Albert C. contractor, L. M. S. house 47 L. M. S. corp. 
Wheeler Anson, overseer, house 12 Lowell corporation 
Wheeler Daniel, overseer, house 20 Lawrence corporation 
Wheeler Edward S. machinist, boards 171 Moody 
Wheeler Enos H. watchman, boards 3 Appleton corporation 
Wheeler Ezra W. sawyer, boards 17 Appleton corporation 
Wheeler Frank J. lather, house 10 Lagrange court ■ 
Wheeler Harriet Mrs. music teacher, boards 384 Merrimac 
Wheeler Henry, laborer, boards 109 Appleton 
Wheeler Hiram E. clerk, 12 Tilden, boards 171 Moody 
Wheeler John, janitor, Huntington hall, house 71 Middle 
Wheeler Joseph A. clothing, 174 Merrimac, house 99 Salem 
Wheeler Mary, widow, boards 31 Lagrange 
Wheeler IMoses F. machinist, house 63 Butterfield 
Wheeler Sanford S. dressertender, house 73 Appleton 

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Wheeler S. Frank, blacksmith, house 25 Tremont corp. 
Wheeler William, blacksmith, boards 80 Merrimac corp. 
Wheeler WiUiam, laborer, boards 65 Hamilton block 
Wheeler William Mrs. house 171 Moody 
Wheelock Andrew C. real-estate agent, 224 Central, house do. 
Whelan Edward, laborer, bouse rear 20 South 
Whelton Bartholomew, laborer, house Brewery court 
Whipple Calvin Mrs. house 45 Cushing 
Whipple Daniel, carpenter, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
Whipple Eugene E. student, boards 45 Cushing 
Whipple Frank H. 5 Appleton block, boards 45 Cushing 
Whipple George R. millwright, boards 50 Cushing 
Whipple John P. picker, boards 33 Mass. corp. 
Whipple Oliver M. house Moore, corner Whipple 
Whitcher Adoniram, dresser, boards 4 Tremont corp. 
Whitcomb James M. tinsmith, house 9 Walnut 
Whitcomb Nancy, widow, house 22 Common 
Whitcomb E-uel, sashmaker, boards 119 Central 
White Charles, cutter, boards 113 Central 
White Charles, farmer, boards 113 Central 
White Edwin Rev. boards 14 Adams 
White Ellen M. teacher, boards 101 Gorham 
White Ezekiel, patent medicines, house Tenth, Centralville 
White Felix, laborer, house 14 Appleton corp. 
White Felix, laborer, house 14 Hamilton corp. 
White Frederick, hairdresser, 191 Middlesex, house 20 Elm 
White Frederick 0. mason, boards 33 Howard 
White Gideon F. millinery (Boston), boards 101 Gorham 
White Hannah, Sarah J, and Eliza F. Misses, h. 146 Middlesex 
White Henry G. clerk, boards 101 Gorham 
White James, fish-peddler, house 30 Common 
White James, jr. house 32 Salem (Army) 
White John, moulder, house 147 Lowell 
White Jolm P. peddler, house 64 Moody 
White Joseph, bedsteadmaker, house 28 Salem 
White Joseph F. hairdresser, house rear 18 Elm 
AVhiteJosiah, clothing, 3 Central, house 64 Lawrence 
White Levi E. laborer, house 309 School 
White Lowell, spinner, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
White Mary A. widow, house 47 Appleton 
White Mary A. millinery and lace, 81 Merrimac, house do. 
White Orpha R. widow, boards 14 Hamilton corporation 
White Philip T. Mrs. house 101 Gorham 

White Rollin, inventor of firearms, house Rolfe, near Broadway 
White Samuel B. house rear 26 Bartlett 

White (Samuel B. jr. ) & Brother ( TFm. J7.), glove manufac- 
turers, 67 East Merrimac, house at Winchester 
White Sumner A. hackman, 82 Preseott, house 26 Cabot 

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White Wesley J. (Smith S^ W.), 29 Middlesex, b. 4 Middlesex 
.White William, Middlesex, house 4 Knowles place 

White William H. ( White Sf Brother), glove manufacturer, 67 East 
Merrimac, house 24 Bartlett 

White , laborer, house 16 Appleton corporation 

Whitehead Daniel, spinner, house rear 34 Cedar 

Whitehead James, laborer, house 7 Merrill 

Whitehead John, laborer, house 16 Auburn 

Whitehead John, spinner, house 11 Congress 

Whitehill Mary, widow, boards 4 Hamilton corp. 

Whitehorn William H. painter, house 24 Boott corp. 

Whiteley John J., Stott's Mills, house 3 Lyon 

Whiteley Joseph, machinist, boards 3 Lyon 

Whitely Joseph, boots and shoes, house 18 Railroad alley 

Whiteman John W. laborer, house 1 Maiden lane 

Whiteside Edward, Stott's Mills, house 8 Water 

Whithed Darius, grocer, 60 Middlesex, house 31 Grand 

Whithed Darius, jr. clerk, 58 Middlesex, house 42 Howard 

Whithed Marshall, boards 54 Appleton 

Whithed Solon S. at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, boards Suffolk, corner 
Broadway 

Whiting (Phineas) & Co. belt manufacturers, Middle, corner Shat- 
tuck, house Mt. Vernon, near Pawtucket 

Whiting Sarah, widow, boards 13 Tremontcorp. 

Whitlet Phillipi, millinery, 27 Market, house do. 

Whitman Christopher, hatter, house Walker, near Broadway 

Whitmarsh William H. beltmaker, house 2 Ash 

Whitmore George H. physician, 17 Kirk, house do. 

Whitmore William, stencilcutter, 28 Merrimac, house 25 Varney 

Whitney Abby B. Mrs. house 16 Fifth, Centralville 

Whitney Abel, bookseller, 87 Merrimac, house 129 Gorham 

Whitney Albert (H.SrA. Whitney), boards 139 Fletcher 

Whitney Ambrose, shoemaker, 120 Central, house 9 Fourth, Cen- 
tralville 

Whitney Charles, teamster, boards 6 Decatur 

Whitney Charles, lumber (B.), house 136 Fletcher 

Whitney Charles F. machinist, boards 33 South 

Whitney David, house 139 Fletcher 

Whitney George, teamster, house 84 Charles 

Whitney Hananiah, house 3 Alder 

Whitney Harriet P. widow, house 31 Nesmith 

Whitney Hiram & A. lumber dealers. Western avenue, boards 139 
Fletcher 

Whitney James S. patternmaker, 20 Middle, house 59 Chapel 

Whitney John Mrs. house 33 South 

Whitney John A. clerk, 87 Merrimac, boards 129 Gorham 

Whitney Nathaniel, hostler, house rear 18 Grand 

Whitney Rufus B. butcher, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

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Whitney Stephen M. Mrs. house Congress, rear Hale's Mills 

Whitney William, spinner, boards 37 Massachusetts corp. 

Whitney William M. carder, house 1 Hamilton corp. 

Whittaker Chaning, machinist, boards 68 L. M. S. corp. 

Whittaker Nathan, doormaker, boards 49 Gushing 

Whittemore Isaac W. grocer, 45 East Merrimac, house 121 do. 

Whittemorc Samuel D. blacksmith, house 34 L. M. S. corp. 

Whitten Charles P. golden salve manufacturer, house 68 Fayette 

Whitten John M. carpenter, house 70 Bartlett 

Whitten Wm. T. tin, glassware, &c. High, corner Andover, house 

44 Elm 
Whittier Daniel V. bobbinmaker, house East Pine, c. Carlton 
Whittier James, stripper, house rear 71 River, Centralville 
Whittier Lewis E. boxmaker, house 3 Union 
Whittier Moses, twine manufacturer, house 79 Boottcorp. 
Whittier Sarah, widow, boards 51 L. M. S. corp. 
Whittier Warren, cardmaker, boards 16 Market 
Whitton Charles, cigarmaker, 23 East Merrimac, b. 58 Fayette 
Whitton Jane, widow, house 40 Andover 
Whitty x^ndrew, carpenter, house 289 Merrimac 
Whitty John, 30 Prescott, house 37 Worthen 
Whitworth William, American Bolt Company, b. 248 Grorham 
Whooley Michael, melter, house 8 Lewis 
Widdup Henry, carder, house 6 Chapel 
Wier Benjamin, loom harness maker, house 11 Austin 
Wier Newton J. & Co (/. W. Mash), stoves, tin ware, &c., 198 

Merrimac, house 5 Austin 
Wiggin Abby H. widow, boards Button 
Wiggin Andrew J. machinist, house 139 Moody 
Wiggin Caleb M. boot-maker, 138 Central, house 328 do. 
Wiggin George W. clerk 13 Central, boards 11 do. 
Wiggin Levi, weaver, boards 114 Merrimac corporation 
Wiggin Nathaniel, farmer, house Powell 
Wiggin Warren A. carpenter, boards 130 Moody 
Wiggin William H. carpenter, 58 Rock, house Willie, c. Franklin 
Wight Antoinette, teacher, boards 15 Third, Centralville 
Wight Daniel L. foreman, Brooks's mill, house 138 School 
Wight Daniel W. tinsmith, 185 Middlesex, house 248 do. 
Wight George H. machinist, b. 15 Third, Centralville 
Wight James, house 15 Third, Centralville 
Wight Mary B. teacher, Green school 
Wight Nancy Mrs house 25 Nesmith 
Wilby Benj. shoemaker, 272 Gorham, house do. 
Wilcox Alexander B. house 4 Stack pole 
Wilcox James, spinner, boards 6 Hamilton corporation 
Wilcox Silas C. confectioner, 3 App. block, h. 6 Merrill's court 
Wilde Frank, spinner, boards Tremont corporation 
Wilde Jacob, shoemaker, boards rear 46 Paige 

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Wilde James, overseer, house 34 Tremont corporation 

Wilder Ambrose S. stamper, house 9 Bleachery 

Wilder Charles H. farmer, house Middlesex, near City line 

Wilder Edwin, teamster, boards 140 Merrimac corporation 

Wilder Elias F. provisions, 98 Middlesex, house 70 Appleton 

Wilder Henry H. & Co. ( Chas. S. Adams), coppersmiths and 

plumbers, 8 Jackson, house 36 Tyler 
Wilder James, spinner, house 8 Pond 
Wilder Marcella, widow, house end of Pleasant 
Wiley B. J. painter, boards 26 Appleton corporation 
Wiley John, machinist, house L. M. S. corporation 
Wiley John, watchman, boards 5 Suffolk corporation 
Wiley Life W. moulder, boards 1 Goward place 
Wiley Kobert F. variety store, 84 Appleton, h. 1 Goward place 
Wiley Samuel F. carpenter, house 28 Chestnut 
Wiley William I. salesman, boards 1 Goward piece 
Wilkins Addison A, hostler, horse railroad, boards 111 Central 
Wilkins Albert C. clerk, 96 Market, boards 274 Gorham 
Wilkins Andrew J. shoemaker, house 11 Abbott 
Wilkins Charles, overseer, house 11 Lawrence corporation 
Wilkins Charles, machinist, house 48 L. M. S. corporation 
Wilkins Fannie M. teacher, Carter st. primary school, b. Pleasant 
Wilkins Frank, finisher, boards rear 4 Dodge 
Wilkins George, sup't, Middlesex, house east end of Pleasant 
Wilkins George, machinist, boards 52 Church 
Wilkins Harrison, machinist, house 3 Evans block. Railroad 
Wilkins Henry, jeweller, 73 Central, house 35 Fourth 
Wilkins Henry K. pork dealer, 37 Prescott, house 274 Gorham 
Wilkins Martha L. teacher, Carter st. primary school, b. Pleasant 
Wilkins Orren T. tinsmith, boards 15 Clark 
Wilkins Orington, painter, boards 50 Massachusetts corporation 
Wilkins Rufus Mrs. house 274 Gorham 

Wilkins Sylvester, books and stationery, 32 Merrimac, h. 6i John 
Wilkins Tracey, tinsmith, boards Common 
Wilkins Zadock Mrs. house 6 Lawrence corporation 
Willand George K. gasfitter, 10 Central, house 5 Harrison 
Willard Alfred R. clerk, 46 Merrimac, boards 24 Dutton 
Willard Gardner L. machinist, house River road, Dracut 
Willard Jane, widow, house rear 56 Moody 
Willey Charles H. carpenter, house 141 Moody 
Willey George F. musicteacher, house 32 Appleton 
Willey Hastings A. laborer, house 2 Shaw's block 
Willey Henry, clerk, 166 Merrimac, boards 32 Appleton 
Willey Isaac, bobbinmaker, boards 32 Appleton 
Willey James H. carder, ho,use 90 Appleton 
Willey John F., Merrimac corporation, boards 39 do. 
Willey Samuel, machinist, house 13 Brown 
Williams Ann M. Mrs, house 80 High 

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Williams Ben j. J. {Williams 8f Williams), counsellor, 56 Cen- 
tral, boards Nesmith, corner Andover 
Williams Charles, shoemaker, boards 30 Lawrence corporation 
'WiWiamH {Charles 3f.) & Williams {Benj. J.), counsellors, 56 

Central, boards Nesmith, corner Andover 
Williams Charles M. cashier of the Old Lowell National Bank 
Williams Christina, widow, house 141 Merrimac corporation 
Williams Everest, operative, boards 76 Lawrence corporation 
Williams Gilbert T. jeweller, 29 Merrimac, house 15 Chapel 
Williams George H. painter, boards Nesmith, corner Andover 
Williams Gorham D. teacher, High School, Anne street 
Williams Hannah, house Westford, near Gates 
Williams Henry L. real-estate broker, 56 Central, house Nesmith, 
corner Andover [near Grand 

Williams Jefferson, hairdresser, 206 Merrimac, house Chelmsford, 
Williams Joseph, laborer, house Congress, rear Hall's Mills 
Williams Martha S. teacher. Church-street Primary School 
Williams Robert E. picker, boards 67 Lawrence corporation 
Williams Rufus Mrs. boards'45 Charles 
Williams Samuel M. clerk, 29 Merrimac, house 248 Central 
Williamson David C. physician, 5 Merrimac, house do. 
Williman David, woolsorter, house 78 High 
Willis Albert, carpenter, house 128 Merrimac corporation 
Willis Albert R. baler, boards 3 Suffolk corporation 
Willis George, laborer, boards 128 Merrimac corporation 
Willis John, woolsorter, house rear 15 Ames 
Willis Joshua A. machine printer, boards 58 Moody 
Willis Mary Ann, widow, house rear 4 Pleasant 
V/illis Simon W. carpenter, boards 21 Charles 
Willouo'hby Benj. L. photographer, house 321 Merrimac 
Willoughby Charles L. (49 Summer, Boston), b. American House 
Willoughby (Ferson L.) & Hill {David K.), clothing, 57 Cen- 
tral, boards do. 
Willoughby John, miller, house 16 Mill 
Willoughby Mary, boarding-house, 13 Tremont corp. 
Willoughby Vavnum T. Mrs. house 5 High 
Wills Daniel M. overseer, house 32 Cabot 
Wilman David, woolsorter, house 10 Chapel 
Wilmore James, mariner, house 85 Lowell 
Wilmot James, watchman, house 31 Essex . 
Wilson Caroline P. nurse, house 40 Lawrence corp. 
Wilson Clara G. widow, house 141 Merrimac corp. 
Wilson David, carpenter, house 1 Bow, Centralville 
.Wilson David, harness tier, house 58 L. M. S. corp. 
Wilson David, jr. machinist, boards 58 L. M. S. corp. 
Wilson Edwin T. machinist, house 86 South 
Wilson Ellen, widow, house 47 Charles 
Wilfton Frank, carpenter, boards 39 Church 

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Wilson Frank T. carpenter, boards 101 Central 

Wilson Frank T. clerk, Rock, cor. Gushing, b. 5 S. Franklin ct. 

Wilson Foster, carder, house 130 3Ierrimac corp. 

Wilson Greorge A. moulder, boards 20 Appleton corp. 

Wilson George W. blacksmith, house 2 Mason's court 

Wilson Gerry, farmer, house Bacon, Ceutralville 

Wilson Henry, watchman, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Wilson Hiildah P. widow, house 73 Merrimac corp. 

Wilson James, jr. machinist, house Hale, corner Grand 

Wilson James H. boards Hale, corner Grand 

Wilson James H. operative, boards 61 Lawrence corp. 

Wilson Jane Mrs. house 18 Linden 

Wilson John, fuller, boards 4 Appleton corp. 

Wilson John, variety store, 212 Merrimac, house 210 do. 

Wilson John, loorafixer, house 20 Lowell corp. 

Wilson John, boards 105 High 

Wilson John A. machinist, boards 21 Market 

Wilson John S. laborer, house 45 Charles 

Wilson Joseph, butcher, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

Wilson Justus B. machinist, boards 50 Lawrence corp. 

Wilson Levi, carpenter, house Bridge, near Seventh, Centralville 

Wilson Martha, widow, boards 29 Suffolk corp. 

Wilson Mary J. Miss, boards 18 Linden 

Wilson Robert, Middlesex, house 105 High 

Wilson Robert, gigger, boards 26 Suffolk corp. 

Wilson Sophia Mrs. boarding-house, 52 Massachusetts corp. 

Wilson Thomas, soap manuf. 19 Warren, house do. 

Wilson Thomas, farmer, house Hale, near Cambridge 

Wilson Thomas, moulder, house 24 Clay 

Wilson William, broker (B.), house 97 Thorndike 

Wilson William, woolsorter, boards 7 Lowell corp. 

Wilson William H. shoemaker, 70 Middlesex, house do. 

Wilton Joseph, finisher, boards 27 Suffolk coi-p. 

Wilton William, woollen dresser, house 35 Middle 

Winch Addison, chairmaker, boards 27 Suffolk 

Winchester Ann W. widow, house 2 Merriam's court 

Winchester Elhanan, boarding-house, 3 Suffolk corp. 

Winchester Samuel, blacksmith, 1 "Kidder, house 63 Lawrence 

AVing Alpheus G. provisions. Bridge, n. Second, house 5 Fifth 

Wing Alpheus J. fireman, boards 65 Hamilton block 

Wing Benjamin F. clerk, boards 5 Fifth, Centralville 

Wing Dennis, laborer, boards rear 42 Appleton 

Wing Edward, farmer, house 3 Livingston 

Wing Jane T. vai'iety store, 10 John, house do. 

Wing John C. dresseu, house 11 Charles 

Wing True, provisions, 3 John, house at Tewksbury 

Winn Charles H. machinist, boards 21 Race 

Winn Daniel K. physician, 29 Kirk, house do. 

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Winn George, laborer, boards 1 George 
Winn James 0. pressman, house 21 Race 
Winn John, laborer, house 64 Charles 
Winn Parker, shoemaker, house 21 Race 
Winn Peter, laborer, house 36 William 
Winn Robert, boltmaker, house 8 Appleton 
Winnek Harriet E. Miss, dressmaker, 90 East Merrimac 
Winnek William G. {Burbank ^ If!), 53 Central, h. 1 Nesmith 
Winslow Charles, operative, boards 115 Merrimac corp. 
Winslow Daniel N. cabinetmaker, house 14 N. Franklin court 
Winslow J. Manning, bookkeeper, L. M. Co. boards 108 Appleton 
Winter John B. marble works, 155 Central, house 18 Grand 
Winter Richard J. dyer, house 25 Bleachery 
Winterbottom ,James, house Manchester, Ayer's City 
Winterbottom James, jr. Mrs. boards 34 Hamilton corp. 
Winton John, periodicals and intelligence office, 59 Market, h. do. 
Wirt Amos, dyer, house 61 Church 
Wistle Birt, boards Watson, near Lawrence (U. S. N.) 
Witham Charles, bedsteadmaker, house 66 Moody 
Witham William C. shoemaker, house 26 Water [150 do. 

Witherell George F. marble-worker and dealer, 165 Middlesex, h. 
Witherell George S. mason, house 150 Middlesex 
Witherell William H. spinner, house 33 Tremont corp. 
Witherhead James, overseer, house 42 Massachusetts corp. 
Witt Hannah A. widow, house 37 Bartlett 
Wohley Catharine Mrs. house 4 Little 

Wolsteneholm Frank, moulder, boards 4 Massachusetts corp. 
Wood Charles, weaver, house 70 Boott corp. 
Wood Charles, secondhand, boards 115 Merrimac corp. 
Wood Charles F. clerk, 164 Merrimac, boards 70 Boott corp. 
Wood Edward N. clerk, boards 9 Centre 
Wood Edwin, marbleworker, boards 22 N. Franklin court 
Wood Francis L. teamster, house 60 Broadway 
Wood George F. machinist, boards 54 Appleton 
'Wood George H. jeweller, at Sanborn's, 25 Central, b. 3 Tremont 
Wood Henry, shoemaker, house 11 Fifth, Centralville 
Wood Henry, boards 159 Central 
Wood Hiram, overseer, house 50 Boott corp. 
Wood Hiram D. weaver, house 50 Boott corp. 
Wood Horace E. carder, house 24 Suffolk corp 
Wood Horatio Rev., Free Chapel, house Liberty, opposite School 
Wood John, carpenter, house 22 North Franklin court 
Wood John C. block printer, house 12 Chestnut 
Wood John E. roll-coverer, boards 41 First, Centralville 
Wood John G. machinist, house 54 Appleton 
Wood Lorenzo, clerk, 20 Market, house 4 Goward place 
Wood Nathaniel, beltmaker, at Whiting & Co.'s, boards Boott corp. 
Wood Relief Mrs. boarding-house, 49 Mass. corp. 

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Wood llobert, veterinary surgeon, house Higb-st. square, corner 

Bartlett 
Wood Samuel, house 2 Chapel 

Wood Samuel N. flour, grain, &c. 43 Market, house 9 Centre 
Wood Sidney C. pistol shop, house 3 Willow place 
Wood Stephen, cook, 21 Merrimac, house at Nashua 
Wood Thomas, at J. C. Ayer & Co.'s, house 60 Hamilton block 
Wood Thomas W. engraver, house 4 Chapel 
Wood Willard H. clerk, boards 2 Chapel 
Wood William, overseer, house 60 Boott corp. 
Wood William H. clerk, 58 Merrimac, boards 2 Chapel 
Woodbury Amos Mrs. boarding-house, 11 Merrimac corp. 
Woodbury Elizabeth F. nurse, boards 53 Pawtucket 
Woodbury Horace D. machinist, house 31 Boott corp. 
Woodbury Hugh, weaver, house 49 Boott corp. 
Woodbury Jedediah C. boarding-house, 38 Boott corp. 
Woodbury John, grocer, 189 Middlesex, house 14 Elm 
Woodbury John E. boards 34 Willie 
Woodbury Joseph (Cal.), house 34 Willie 
Woodbury J. Otis, clerk, boards 14 Elm 
Woodbury Marcus M. bobbinmaker, boards 34 Willie 
Woodies Daniel S. Mrs. house 20 Third, Centralville 
Woodies Edward S. messenger, L. M. S. b. 20 Third, Centralville 
Woodies Frederick, clerk, L. M. S. Foundry, boards 20 Third 
Woodman Charles, weaver, boards 114 Merrimac corp. 
Woodman George J). (^Swan, Stachpole, 4" W.), 13 Barristers' 

hall, boards 98 East Merrimac 
Woodman James, file-forger, boards 29 Cady 
Woodman John, watchman, boards 5 Suffolk corp. 
Woodman Samuel, spinner, boards 29 Cady 
Woodman Thomas P. painter, house 16 Lawi'ence corp. 
Woodman Watson, carpenter, house 108 Howard 
Woods Charles D. provisions, 68 Dutton, house 8 Willie 
Woods Charles H. engineer,' U. S. N. house 23 Common 
Woods Charles 0. M. boards 41 First 

Woods Charles B. {Hall ^ W.), 138 Merrimac, house 42 High 
Woods D. A. widow, house 23 Common 
AVoods {Edward P.) Sherwood {Daniel) & Co. wire-goods and 

hardware. Bridge, opp. Seventh, Centralville, h. 14 Fourth 
Woods Eliza A. Mrs. hoop skirts, 88 Merrimac, b. 12 Appleton 
Woods Ellen, widow, house 4 Wall 
Woods Ellen, widow, house 20 Jefferson 
Woods Henry S. clerk, 18 Central, boards 159 do. 
Woods Horace S. laborer, boards Middlesex, near City line 
Woods John E. Mrs. house 41 First, Centralville 
Woods Leonard Mrs. house 41 Tyler 
Woods Maurice, laborer, boards 20 Jefferson 
Woods Patrick, laborer, boards 20 Jefferson 

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Woods Thomas, gasfitter, house 206 Central 

Woo"dward Alfred Gr. clothing, 30 Merrimac, house 14 Stackpole 

Woodward Amos, watchman, boards 67 Lawrence corp. 

Woodward Ansel B. watchman, boards 111 Central 

Woodward C. S. dressmaker, 4 John, house do. 

Woodward David, agent, panorama, house 39 Bridge 

Woodward George F. student, boards 26 Race 

Woodward Hannah, widow, boarding-house, 114 Merrimac corp. 

Woodward Helen, widow, boards 29 Suffolk 

Woodward Heinan, restorator, 42 Central, house 41 Bartlett 

Woodward Henry M. machinist, house River road, corner Mam- 
moth, Draeut 

Woodward John C. sup't Water Works, house 26 Race 

Woodward Naomi D. widow, boards 20 Suffolk corp. 

Woodward Sylvester, carpenter, house 111 Howard 

Woodward William H. 42 Central, boards 41 Bartlett 

Wood worth Alden H. clerk, boards 41 Bartlett 

Woodworth Artemas B. clerk, A. L. Brooks's, house 26 Franklin 

Worcester Anna, widow, boards 29 Chapel 

Worcester Job, painter, house 27 Appleton corp. 

Worcester Leonard, clothing manufacturer, Industrial Hall, house 
62 Bartlett 

Worcester William H. shoemaker, house 127 Moody 

Worcester William H., Industrial Hall, boards 62 Bartlett 

Worden James N. weaver, house 5 Appleton corp. 

Worth Henry, farmer, house Old road, Centralville 

Worth WilHam, painter, house 42 Bartlett 

Worthen Almira, widow, boards Spring 

Worthen Ezekiel B. & Co. (S. W. Locke), grocers, 216 Merrimac, 
house 39 Marion 

Worthen Frank, moulder, boards 41 Appleton 

Worthen George E. clerk, 16 Merrimac, boards 39 Marion 

Worthen George W. engineer. Carpet corp. house 398 Merrimac 

Worthley D. carpenter, boards 11 Suffolk corp. 

Worthley George F. engineer; B. & L. R. R. house Fletcher, cor- 
ner Broadway 

Wrenn David, carpetweaver, house 20 Cedar 

Wright Alanson, carpenter, boards 10 Cabot block 

Wright Almira W. dressmaker, house 14 Third, Centralville 

Wright Amos D. overseer, house 10 Cabot block 

Wright Andrew, machinist, boards 53 Mass. corp. 

Wright Andrew C. fancy-goods, 74 Merrimac, house 28 Willow 

Wright Asahel B. register of deeds. Court House, h. 109 Gorham 

Wright Atwell F. & M. provisions, 195 Middlesex, house 118 

Appleton 
Wright Dennison A. machinist, house 9 Tremont 
Wright Ezra W. carpenter, house 60 Butterfield 
Wright Frank B. clerk, 74 Merrimac, boards 28 Willow 

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Wright Franklin D. painter, house 7 Wamesit court 

Wright George, boots and shoes, 94 Central, b. American House 

Wright George, gasfitter, boards 5 Jackson 

Wright George E. machinist, boards 175 Central 

Wright George L. machinist, boards 6 Moore 

Wright Hapgood, boots and shoes, 51 Central, h. 30 Lawrence 

Wright Henry, foreman, boards 65 Hamilton block 

Wright James, blacksmith, boards 41 Appleton 

Wright John, agent, Suffolk corporation, house 355 Merrimac 

Wright John, woolsorter, boards 22 Merrimac 

Wright John P. clerk, Dutton, corner Lowell, house 3 Oak 

Wright Joseph, woolsorter, boards Charles 

Wright Joseph N. carpenter, boards 1 Willow place 

Wright Lucius M. driver, horse-railroad, house 32 Church 

Wright Luther, stonemason, house 4 Centre [Howard House 

Wright Merrill S. (A. F. ^ M. Wright), 195 Middlesex, boards 

Wright Mary P. physician, house 1 Willow place 

Wright Nahum H. clerk, 201 Middlesex, house Westford 

Wright Nathan M. boots and shoes, 138 Central, house 239 do. 

Wright Pelatiah J. bedsteadmaker, house 126 Cross 

Wright Sabra Mrs. house Pawtucket, near Fletcher 

Wright Sabra, teacher, Bartlett Grammar School 

Wright Sheffield H. machinist, house 9 Butterfield 

Wright Varnum B, bedsteadmaker, house 127 Cross 

Wright WilHam, woolsorter, boards Central 

Wright William A., Merrimac corporation, house 47 do. 

Wright AVilliam C. farmer, house 14 Third, Centralville 

Wrigley Jonas, agent Boston papers, h. Hale near railroad bridge 

Wyman George W. moulder, house Fletcher, corner Adams 

Wyman John, upholsterer, 1 and 2 Commercial square 

Wyman John H. cabinetmaker, house 35 Fayette 

Wyman John H. fireman, house 19 Essex 

Wyman Leonard N. overseer, house 6 Cabot block 

Wyman Moses, assistant engineer, boards 135 Merj;imac corp. 

Wyman William W. house Nesmith, corner Wyman 

Wynstanley Alfred, moulder, boards 44 Water 

YEATON ELBRIDGE, laborer, boaids 35 L. M. S. corp. 

Yeoman Robert T. shoemaker, house 47 Hanover 

Yore John, laborer, house Mammoth road, Dracut 

York Edward L. insurance agent, house rear 68 Appleton 

York James M. carpenter, house 15 Lawrence corp. 

York Joseph B. carpenter, boards Carlton, near East Pine 

York S. Milton, engineer, boards 13 L. M. S. corp. 

York Walter R. insurance agent, house 60 Andover 

Young Aaron B. overseer, Merrimac corporation, house 42 do. 

Young Adaline W. widow, boards 123 East Merrimac 

Young Artemas S. machinist, house 82 Bridge, Centralville 

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Young Charles H. machinist, house 123 East Merrimac [Wilder 
Younof George W. (Custom House, Boston), house Middlesex, c. 
Young Hersbel C. moulder, boards Broadway, G. Locks 
Young James, laces, 102 Merrimac, boards Washington House 
Young James, machinist, house 11 Hanover 
Young John, laborer, boards 30 Union 

Young John R. engraver, boards Sherman House, Centralville 
Young Stephen L. secondhand, Lawrence, house Broadway, near 

G. Locks 
Young Wilbur, carder, boards 42 Lawrence corp. 
Young William, laborer, house 121 Lowell 
Young William, carder, boards 6 Hamilton corp. 
Young William M. (B.), house 30 Front, Centralville 



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Carney George J. revenue inspector, Nesmith's block 
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Acid (Pyroligneous). 
Robinson Joseph, near Whipple's Mills 

Agents (Real Estate). 
Hubbard Josiah, 3 Canal Block 
Manahan J. F., Branch, west of School 
Williams H. L. 56 Central 

Agricultural Tools. 

CHASE, SARGENT & SHATTUCK, 
5 Central (see adv. p. 335) 

FIELDING & BARTLETT, 136 Cen- 
tral (see adv. back colored page) 

Morgan Ebeiiezer, 314 Merrimac 

ROGERS JACOB, 166 Merrimac (see 
adv. dept. p. 350) 

Ale. 

Lennon John, 34 Lowell 

Apothecaries. 
Allen H. W., Merrimac, c. Suffolk 
BARON FREDERICK, Merrimac, cor. 

Worthen (see adv. dept. page 354) 
Bailey F. & E. Merrimac, c. John 
Butler F. H. &. Co., Central,' corner 

Jackson 
Carlton & Hovey, City Hall, Merrimac 
Dows A. W. 185 Central 
Dowse John, 236 Merrimac 
Duncan W. W., Wamesit Bank Build- 
ing 
French Wm. H. 2 Central, cor. Merri- 
mac 
Hayes Joseph R. 12 Central 
Hovt Eli W., Central, c. Middlesex 
KIMBALL CHARLES R., Merrimac, 

c. Central (see adv. dept. p. 356) 
Lane L. C. 79 Merrimac 
Thompson M. E. 268 Merrimac 

Artist's Materials. 
FIELDING J. B. 99 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 346) 

Auctioneers. 
Patch E. B. & Co. 1 & 2 Comm'l sq. 
Raadlett N. A. 15 Prescott 

Bacon "Works. 
WILKINS HENRY K. 37 Prescott 
(see adv. dept. p. 341) 

Bakers. 

BRADT G. J. & D., Whiting (see adv. 

dept. p. 337) 
Cornock James Mrs. 261 Merrimac 



.Jeffries Thomas, 346 Central 
Morris Martin, 34 Paige 
Somes William E. 1 Fayette 

Bedstead Manufactory. 
Comins G. T., Broadway, corner Mt. 
Vernon 

Bell Hangers. 
CURTIS T. H. 129 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 368) 
Libbey Isaac H. 214 Merrimac 
Thatcher George, 52^ Merrimac 
TRUMBELL & HASKELL, 30 Pres- 
cott (see adv. dept. p. 370) 

Belt Hooks. 
CADY GEORGE L. 237 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 368) 

Belt Manufacturers. 

GATES JOSIAH, 4 & 6 Mechanics' 
block, Dutton (see adv. front colored) 

WHITING & CO. Savings Bank build- 
ing, Shattuck (see adv. dept. p. 347) 

Belt Tools. 
WESTON CHARLES H. Arch (see 
adv. dept. p. 355) 

Bill Poster. 
Davis E. L. 21 Central 

Billiard Saloons. 
Barnard D. B. & J. B. 18 Merrimac 
Emery Henry, Merrimac House 
Johnson A. J. 24 Central 
Thompson W. K. 12 Merrimac 

Blacksmiths. 

(See Horse- Shoers.) 

Abbott A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex 

Berne James, 62 Dutton (horse-shoe 
nails.) 

Bickford Moses, Pawtucket Bridge, 
Dracut 

Chamberlain & Hill, Andover, corner 
Pleasant 

Coward Jacob B. Wamesit Water Pow- 
er Co. 

Crawford James, 76 Charles 

Dane G., Dane 

DIX JOHN F. & CO. 136 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 349) 

Holt & Burgeron, Merrimac, n. Suffolk 

JENKINS JOEL, Arch (see adv. dept. 
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Lee J. T., Fletcher, near Dutton 
LOVEJOY DANIEL, Rock, c. Gush- 
ing (see adv. dept. p. 365) 
Nichols Converse, 132 Middlesex 
O'Connell & Stinson, 41 Middle 
Swett William L. 69 Pawtucket 
Winchester Samuel, 1 Kidder 

Blankets and Flannels. 

LIVINGSTON, CARTER & CO., 7 

Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 335) 

Bleaching and Dyeing. 

LOWELL BLEACHERY (see notice 
on page 322) 

Boarding Houses. 
Allan James M. 109 Appleton 
Baron Alice, 58 Moody 
Bates Nymphas, 111 Central 
Blessington Ann, 1 William 
Bodwell H. 14 Warren 
Brophy Mrs. 51 Lowell 
Bugbee Wooster, 40 L. M. S. corp. 
Calvert A. Mrs. 14 Lowell 
Castles S. 52 Dutton 
Chase Abel C. 1 George 
Clark Charles, 25 Market 
Cook Wm. S. Mrs. 113 Central 
Field Joseph, 119 Central 
Giles J. B. 51 East Merrimac 
Hallett M. 11 Warren 
Hird Joseph, 78 Market 
Kittredge Geo. Mrs. 68 Warren 
Knowles Chas. H. 100 Appleton 
Lane John Mrs. 74 Middlesex 
Libbey Eliza, 12 Hurd 
Lougee Sarah A. 6 Hamilton corp. 
Manning Nancy, 105 Gorham 
Martin Mary S. 67 L. M. S. corp. 
Parker Aiken Mrs. 5 Jackson 
Pike Sarah A. Mrs. 21 John 
Stearns E. 87 East Merrimac 
Taisey R. 76 Dutton 
Turner Benj. F. 260 Merrimac 
Webber Mary A. 65 Hamilton Block 
Wetherbee Asa, 19 Kirk 

Boat Buildea 
BOWERS JONATHAN, 70 Pawtucket 
(see adv. dept. p. 372) 

Bobbin Kepairers. 

Fuller & Hadley, Mechanics' Mill, 

Dutton 

Bobbins and Shuttles. 
JAQUES JOHN S. & CO. Wamesit 

Power Co. (shuttles) (see adv. p. 

S59) 
Parker & Nichols, Wamesit Steam 

Mills 
Watson E. F. Mechanics' Mill, (bob- 
bins and spools) 

Boiler Maker. 
DOBBINS WILLIAM, Dutton, near 

Mechanics' Mills (see adv. dept. 

page 367) 



Bolt and Screw Manufacturers. 

American Bolt Co. 210 Lawrence 

Bonnet Bleacheries. 
Flanders C. R. 82 Merrimac 
FLETCHER S. R. & SON, 96 Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 358) 
Leonard Z. 96 Merrimac 

Bonnet "Wire. 
HALE B. S. & SON, Wamesit Power 
Co. (see adv. dept. p. 363) 

Bookbinders. 
MERhILL JOSHJA, 37 Merrimac 

(see adv. p. 4) 
SARGEANT B. C, City-hall building 

(see adv. p. 5) 
SIMONDS S. B. 36 Central (see adv. 

dept. page 355) 

Booksellers and Stationers. 
BUZZELL 0. A. 3 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 371) 
COGGESHALL FREDERICK P. 51 

Merrimac (see adv. 2d back colored 

page) 
Eaton S. B. Mrs. 115 Central 
Judkins J. Judson, 6 John 
MERRILL JOSHUA, 37 Merrimac 

(see adv. p. 4) 
Ryerson H. J. 29 Central 
SARGEANT B. C, City-hall building, 

158 Merrimac (see ndv. p. 5) 
Whitney Abel, 87 Jlerrimac 
Wilkins Sylvester, 32 Merrimac 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Bailey M. 6 Warren 
Butterworth Jghn, 300 Central 
Cooney William, 138 Lawrence 
Dalton Michael, 89 Charles 
Daly Z. S. 38 Fletcher 
Farrell Patrick, 29 Summer 
Flanders & Keith, 339 Merrimac 
Ford Joseph, 270 Merrimac 
Gawler Charles, 75 Central 
Haynes D. E. 25 Suffolk 
Hodge J. M. Dracut 
Hovey J. & W. Bridge, Centralville 
Hubbard Orange B. 101 Tilden 
King John, 29 E. Merriinac 
King Stej.hen, 110 Market 
King Tliomas, 64 Middlesex 
Leavitt Wm. B. 78 Moody 
Libby Benj. T. 56 Central 
Lovett S. 264 Merrimac 
Maguire Andrew, 43 Middle 
McCartv, John, 12 Lowell 
McELHOLM WM. 240 Merrimac (see 

adv. dppt. p. 364) 
McGlaughlin M. 22 Gorham 
McKissock R. 6 Appleton block 
McLaughlin .Tames, 116 Central 
McLees Thomas, 154 Middlesex 
Melvin B. F. 3 Prescott block 
Moore J. N. 193 Central 



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Moore Salathiel, 193 Middlesex 
Quinn Patrick, 38 Gorham 
Sheehan Edward, 28 Gorham 
SHADDUCK G. K. 9 East Merrimac 

(see adv. dept. p. 364) 
Smith Lyman S. 11 Tilden 
Smitli Philip A. 9 Hanover 
Stowe J. F. 63 Dutton 
Strickland Robert, Fletcher, n. Dutton 
Weeks S. D. 145 Middlesex 
Wilby Benjamin, 272 Gorham 

Boot and Shoe Manuf. 

Adams Enos H., Prescott, c. Merrimac 

Boots, Shoes, and Buboers. 

Boardman L. H. 34 Central 
Chase Lorenzo, 7 Tilden (ladles') 
Collins Joseph B. 12 Tilden 
Dearborn E. 98 Merrimac 
Griffin Joseph, 18 John 
Harvey E. A. 7 Canal block 
Huntoon & Kent, 224 Merrimac 
Jenness & Swan, 83 Central 
Kittredge Daniel, 14 Middle 
Lovett S. 264 Merrimac 
McELHOLM WM. 240 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 364) 
SHADDUCK GEO. K. 9 E. Merrimac 

(see adv. dept. p. 364) 
Swan Daniel, 41 Merrimac 
Tackrah Henry, 68 Merrimac 
Wright George, 94 Central 
Wright Hapgood, 51 Central 
WRIGHT N. M. 138 Central (see adv. 

dept. page 364) 

Botanic Medicines. 

Cady W. R. 242 Central { mustang lini- 
ment) 
Dows A. W. 185 Central 
Kelsey H. 11 Walnut 

Box Makers. 

Brooks A. L. Mechanics' Mills 

Davis & Storer, 233 Middlesex 

DAVIS ASAHEL (fancy). Mechanics' 
Mills (see adv. dept. p\ 370) 

NORCROSS & SAUNDERS, Agents, 
Middlesex (see adv. frontcol'd p.) 

Sanborn & Davis (fancv), Mechanics' 
Mills 

Brassfounders. 

COLE & NICHOLS, Dutton, cor. Wil- 
lie (see adv. dept. p. 367) 

WILDER H. H. & CO. 8 Jackson 
(see adv. inside back cover) 

Bridge Builder. 

Sawtell J. A., School 

Brokers. 

Richardson L. B. & Son, 108 Central 

Building Materials. 
LIVINGSTON WILLIAM E. 9 Thorn- 
dike (see adv. dept. p. 361) 



Bung Manufacturers. 
BACHELDER ABRAM, Broadway 
(see adv. dept. p. 358) 

Butchers. 
ADAMS SMITH, Walker, n. Middle- 
sex (see adv. dept. p. 340) 

Cabinet Makers. 
Crane Geo. & Son, 120 Central 
Crosby Ephraim , Wamesit Power Co. 
Henry Terrance, 55 Gorham 
Hill Henry E. 239 Middlesex 
Marshall & Crosby, 266 Middlesex 
RAY & HILL, n Middle (see adv. 

dept. p. 361) 
Welder John B. Whipple's Mills 

Cap Maker. 

Davis Alonzo S. 3 Canal block 
Card Manufacturers. 

HOWE & GOODHUE, 90 & 92 Market 
(cotton and wool), (see adv. back 
colored) 

KITSON R., Worthen, corner Dutton. 
Manufacturer of cotton machinery, 
and needle-pointed card clothing, for 
carding flax, hemp, jute, and manilla 
(see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Barclay C. P. 224 Middlesex 
BENNETT J. W., Middlesex, corner 

Grand (see adv. front cover) 
Brawn Chesley, 243 Merrimac 
Brown Myron C. r. 55 Gorham 
Chamberlin Joseph, 9 Middle 
Davis Bartlett, 300 School 
Downing Thomas, Wanalancit 
Farnham George B., Middlesex, corner 

Grand 
Foster Jesse, 15 Salem 
Furnald & Rollins, 24 Middle 
Greenleaf John, Lincoln, c. Leather 
Harmon Moses, City-hall avenue 
Holt Daniel, Howe 
HOOD ABRAM K., Willie, cor. Rock 

(see adv. dept. p. 348) 
Horton John F. 13 Prescott 
Howe H. C. & J. F. at 0. Allen's 

Mills 
Howe H. F. Second, Centralville 
Howe James M., Fourth, near Read, 

Centralville 
Howe L. G., Second, cor. Read, Cen- 
tralville 
Leonard George, r. 288 Central 
Libbey I. H. Merrimac, corner Maiden 

lane 
Mardin Joseph, 313 Middlesex 
Noyes John F. 74 Charles 
Peabody John T. 185 Gorham 
PETTINGELL JOHN, Mechanics' 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 351) 
Pitts John, West, Centralville 
Proctor James, 183 Central 



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RICHARDS LUTHER, 17 Andover 

(seeadv. dept. p. 348) 
Sawtell Josiah A., School 
Shedd George W., Putney's court 
Snell 0. 26 Prescott 
Sylvester G. B. 4 Salem 
WEED GEORGE A., Lenton place (see 

adv. dept. p. 348) 
Wifi^gins William H. 58 Rock 
WILEY SAMUEL F., Howe, below 

Davidson (see adv. dept. p. 348) 

Carpet Manufacturers. 

Mather J. (cotton bocking), Gorham, 

n. Thorndike 
Mcdonald .JOHN, lO Hale, near 

Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 305) 
Najdor George, Wamesit Power Co. 

Carpetings. 
Adams, North & Co. 7 Central 
NICHOLS .JACOB, Dutton, cor. Low- 
ell (see adv. dept. p. 364) 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Burrough I). N., Bridge, n. City line, 
Centralville 

Convers Samuel, 163 Central 

DIX JOHN F. & CO. 136 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 349) 

Eaton J. B., Dutton, near Wamesit 
Mills 

GREEN AMOS, r. 292 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 349) 

JENKINS JOEL, Arch (seeady. dept. 
p. 350) ^ 

SAWYER A. C. 163 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 349) 

Sawyer T. C. (depository), 163 Middle- 
sex 

Skillings David G. 22 Bridge, Central- 
ville 

Swett William L. 69 Pawtucket 

Cement, Lime, and Brick. 
HOWARD H., Western avenue (see 

adv. dept. p. 357) 
Howard Horace, jr. Thorndike, corner 

Western avenue 
LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike 

(plastering, hair, and lathes) (see 

adv. dept. p. 861) 

Chair Manufacturer. 

Merriam Albert M. 84 Broadway 

Chemical Manufacturers. 
Howe, Taylor, & Co. Lawrence, near 
Wamesit Power Co. 

Chemical Works. 
Blakeley, Firth & Co., Pleasant, Cen-' 

tralville 
MELDRUM ROBERT, Pawtucket, 

north of Moody (see adv. dept. page 

344) 



Cherry Pectoral and Cathartic 
Pills. 
AYER J. C. & CO. 105 Market (see 
adv. dept. p. 352) 

Chimney Caps {Iron). 
PETTINGELL JOHN, Mechanics' 
Mills, Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 351) 

China, Crockery, Glass, &c. 

Clough Ira A. 8 Merrimac 
Bascom Timothy, 214 Merrimac 
Haynes H. S. 80 Merrimac 
NICHOLS J., Dutton, corner Lowell 

(see adv. dept. p. 364) 
NASH J. W. & CO. 105 Central (see 

adv. front colored) 
RUSSELL A. L. 5 Appleton block (see 

adv. dept. p. 339) 
SMITH & WHITE, 29 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 363) 
Whitten Wm. T., High, cor. Andover 

Cigar Dealers. 

Moran John, 3 Bridge 
Meehan James, 17J Merrimac 

Cigar Manufacturers. 
Emerson David G. 128 Suffolk 
Flood Peter, 23 East Merrimac 
Hemingwav J. H. 52 Central 
HODSDON H. M. (dealer), 52 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 337) 
HUN TOON G. L. 3 Appleton block 

(i-ee adv. dept. p. 337) 
Mort J. W. 77 Central 
Patrick S. C. 70 Merrimac 
Weeks Samuel, 25 Merrimac 
Cistern Builder. 



Mechanics' Mills 
351) 

and Surveyors. 

(see 



PETTINGELL J., 
(see adv. dept. p 

Civil Engineers 

BAKER K. W., City-hall buildin 

adv. dept. p. 361) 
Latham Cvrus, 54 Merrimac 
Osgood William F. 65 Butterfield 

Claim Agent. 
FRYE JOHN F. 49 Central (see adv 
bacK cover) 

Clergymen. 

Adams John G. 53 Chestnut 

Backus J. W. 21 Anne 

Blanchard Amos, 8 Kirk 

Crudden Peter, 17 Appleton 

Edson Theodore, Andover 

Hanks Stedman W. 6 Kirk 

Hufchins Charles L. 226 Central 

McKeown Andrew, 11 Fourth, Central- 
ville 

O'Brien John, Fenwick 

Peek J. Ormell, 51 Jlerrimac corp. 

Romana Anthony (asst. St. Peter's), 
17 Appleton 

Stanton William E. 25 Church 

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Twiss James J. 107 Gorham 
Upham S. F. 18 Tyler 
Warren George F.'393 Merrimac 
Wood Horatio, Liberty 

Clock Repairers. 

McHufijh James, 49 Market 
TRUIviBELL & PLA.SKELL, 30 Pres- 

cott (see adv. dept. p. 370) 
Thatcher George, 52^ Merrimac 

« Clothing. 

(See Gent's Furnishing Goods, also 
Tailors.) 

Aarons C. Mrs. (second-hand), 121 

Middlesex 
BATTERSBY WM. H. & CO. 4 Canal 
block, Central (see adv. dept. p. 336) 
Bowers Arthur E. & Co. 33 Cential 
CHASE, SARGENT, & SHATfUCK, 

5 Central (see adv. dept. p. 335) 
French Abram, 92 Central 
Hirshfield & Seward, 20 Central 
Hutchins Ebenezer Z. 232 Merrimac 
McCormick Thomas, 62 Button (sec- 
ond-hand) 
Morse Charles, 6 Central 
Pickering J. W. C. & Co. 40 Merrimac 
Putnam A. 45 Central, c. Market 
Richardson A. B. & Co. 23 Central 
Ritchie John P. 50 Central 
Wellman Wm. L. 31 Merrimac 
Wheeler Joseph A. 174 Merrimac 
White Josiah, 3 Central 
WOODWARD ALFRED G. 30 Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 333) 

Clothing Manufacturers. 

BATTERSBY WM. H. & CO. 4 Canal 
block. Central (see adv. dept. p. 336) 

Green George W., Prescott, cor. Mer- 
rimac 

Worcester Leonard, Industrial Hall 

Coal and 'Wood. 

(See Wood.) 

BENNETT & RODLIFF, Moody, cor. 

Tremont (see adv. dept. p. 360) 
HOWARD HORACE, Western ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 357) 
Howard Horace, jr. Thorndike, corner 

Western avenue 
Kittredge W.2S Middle 
LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike 

(see adv. dept. p. 361) 
Roulett N. A. 15 Prescott 

Coffee Mills. 

Caverly D. D.,Mechatiics' Mills, Fletch- 
er 

Coffin "Warehouses. 
Brooks J. W. 19 Prescott 
Gordon & Currier, 23 Prescott 
Kennedy John, 125 Lowell 
Lesure Ansel P. 11 Prescott 



Commission Merchants. 
COBURN CHARLES B. & CO. 1 & 2 

Mechanics' building, Dutton (see 

adv. dept. p. 346) 
Patch E. B. & Co. 1 & 2 Comm'I sq. 
WATTE A. L., Dutton, opp. Mechan- 
ics' Mills (see adv. dept. p. 338) 
Confectionery, Fruit, &c. 
BILLINGS SAMUEL D. 109 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 352) 
BUZZELL 0. A. 3 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 371) 
FRENCH A. B. & CO. 37 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 337) 
Grover Josiah, 47 Merrimac 
HODSDON H. M. 52 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 337) 
O'Connor John, Dutton, cor. Fletcher 
HUNTOON G. L. 3 Appletou block 

(see adv. dept. p. 337) 
Walker C. H. 204 Merrimac 
Wilson J. A. 170 Suffolk 

Coopers. 

Goodhue Azias, 63 Dutton 
Kelty Luke Mrs. 41 Lowell 
Moran Patrick, Suffolk 

Coppersmiths. 
WILDER H. H. & CO. 8 Jackson (see 
adv. inside back cover) 

Cordage. 
FLETCHER & MANSUR, 146 Central 
(see adv. dept. p. 341) 

Cotton Goods Manufactures. 
APPLETON COMPANY (see page 

325) 
BOOTT COTTON MILLS (see page 

323) 
HAMILTON MANUF. COMPANY 

(see page 317) 
LAWRENCE MANUF. COMPANY 

(see page 321) 
LOWELL MANUF. COMPANY (see 

page 318) 
MASS. COTTON MILLS (see p. 324) 
Mather John & Co., Gorham, n. Thorn- 
dike 
MERRIMAC MANUF. COMPANY 

(see p. 316) 
Suffolk Manufacturing Co. (Suffolk) 
TREMONT MILLS (see p. 320) 

Cotton Openers and Cleaners. 
KITSON RICHARD, Worthen and 
Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Cotton Machinery. 

KITSON RICHARD, Worthen n. Dut- 
ton (see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Counsellors. 

Abbot Julian, 81 Central 
Abbott James C. 43 Central 
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Bonney A. P. 43 Central 

Brown S. A. 75 Central 

Brown & Alger, 55 Central 

Butler & Webster, 4 & 6 Museum 

building 
Caverly Robert B., Post-office build- 
ing 
Corliss H. G. F. 17 Museum building 
Cowley Charles, 75 Central 
Davis John, 55 Central 
FRYE JOHN F. 49 Central (see adv. 

outside back cover) 
Hadlev S. P. jr. Police Court 
HOWiE & G'REENHALGH, 49 Cen 

tral (see adv. dept. p. 356) 
Keves J. B. 49 Central 
Kimball J. C. 5 Barrister's Hall 
Knowles J. A. 14 -Vppleton block 
Ladd Jonathan, 132 E. Merriniac 
Loughran James, 8 Canal block 
Marshall Varnum, 3 Barristers' Hall 
McEvoy J. F. 75 Central 
Pressey John W. 4 Barristers' Hall 
Reed John W. 4 Barristers' Hall 
Richardson D. S. & G. F. 56 Central 
Shepard Luther E. 43| Central 
Stevens & Anderson, 1 Barristers' Hall 
Swan, Stackpole & Woodman, 13 Bar- 
risters' Hall 
Sweetser & Gardner, 43 Central 
Thompson & Boardman, 5 Barristers' 

Hall 
Williams & Willams, 56 Central 
Wentworth & Jewett, Wentworth's 
block 

Curriers. 

Cook E. G., Tanner, corner Lincoln, 

Ayer's Citv 
EATON GEORGE W., Willie, corner 

Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 347) 

Curtains and Fixtures. 
FIELDING J. B. & CO. 99 Central 
(see adv. dept. p. 346) 

Dentists. 
Burnham A.^W. 14 Barristers' Hall 
Gerry Gustavus A., Merrimac, corner 

John 
Gladwin S. F. 12S Merrimac 
Jolmson A. T., Wentworth's building 
LAWRENCE AMBROSE, 9 John, cor. 

Lee (see adv. back colored) 
LAWRENCE GEO. W. 9 John (see 

adv. back colored) 
Lawrence Samuel, 32 Central 
Ward S. L. & W. G., Savings bank 

building 

Doors, Blinds, and Sashes. 

FAVOR N. B. & SON, Wamesit Steam 
Mills, Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 359) 
Kelley Wm., Mechanics' Mills 
Peabody J. G., Wamesit Steam Mills 
Place Isaac, Wamesit Steam Mills 



Dovetailing Machines. 
DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics' Mills, 
Fletcher (see adv. dept. p. 370) 

Dressmakers. 
Berbrick Hattie, 24 Tremont corp. 
Brown A. G. Mrs., Nesmith's building 
Campbell David Mrs. 23 John 
Coffin Deborah C. 3 E. ]\Ierrimac 
Currier D. W. Miss, 52i Merrimac 
Fay Hannah, 78 Lowell 
Gallagher Ellen l\lrs. 17 Race* 
Hanley S. J. 1 Boott corp. 
Hill Eliza, 76 Church 
Howell Mary S. 94 Gorham 
Hayden Sarah A. 93 Howard 
Horn C. Miss, Nesmith's New block 
Marston S. 114 Central 
Mellen J. Mrs. 62 L. M. S. corp. 
Mills Marietta L. 7 Merrimac 
Moore C. B. 150 Suflblk 
Moulton Fannie R. 95 Central 
Mulrady Mary, 22 Gorham 
Musk Jennie, 16 John 
Pearson Elizabeth B. 13U Central 
Perrin Mary J., Wamesit Bank bldg. 
Rose Maria, 23 Kirk 
Sanborn Olive W. 105 Merrimac 
Sargent J. C. Mrs. 236 Merrimac 
Sheffield A. Mrs. 203 Middlesex 
Smith C. M. Mrs. 246 Merriniac 
Snow R. C. Mrs. 218 Merrimac 
Smith Mary J. 110 Central 
Stafford M. J. 12 Nesmith's New block 
Tehune Emeline, 142 Colburn 
Thaver Marv E., First, n. Bridge 
Winnek H. E. Mrs. 9 E. Merrimac 
Woodward C. S. 4 John 

Dry Goods. 

ABBOTT & FAMES, 132 Merrimac 
(see adv. dept. p. 334) 

Brennan M. 56 Merrimac 

Brown .Joseph S. 54 Merrimac 

Cook & Tavlor, 42 Merrimac 

Cook Oilman G. 103 Central 

DODGE C. W. 123 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 334) 

Folsom J. P. 78 Merrimac 

Gage James U. 52 Merrimac 

Hall & Woods, 138 Merrimac 

Hilton H. W. & Co. 36 Merrimac 

Hosford H. & Co. 46 Merrimac 

Keves & Tucker, 134 Merrimac 

Ll'rCHFIELD & FORBUSH, 167 Mid- 
dlesex, under Wamesit Bank (see 
adv. dept. p. 354) 

Peabody James M. 58 & 60 Merrimac 

Shaw J. W. B. 44 Merrimac 

Spaulding & Co. 62 Merrimac 

Taisey L., Gorham, c. Middlesex 

Tarr Geo. J. 48 Merrimac 
Dyers. 

Chambers C. 252 Gorham 

CLIFFORD WEARE, 2 & 4 Andover 
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Crowther & Parsons, Lawrence, near 

Whipple's Mills 
Musgrave Edward, 100 Moody 

Dyewoods, Drugs, &c. 

KENDALL J. 1 Savings Bank bld'g. 

(see adv. dept. p. 345) 
MELDRUM ROBERT, Pawtucket, 

north of Moody (see adv. dept. page 

344) 
Robinson .Joseph, Whijiple's Mills 
TALBOT C. P. & CO., City Market 

(see adv. dept. p. 344) 

Eating Houses. 
ARLIX JOHN F., Monument exch'g. 
164 Merrimac (see adv. dope. p. 355) 

Edge Tools. 
LOVE.TOY DANIEL, Rock, c. Cush- 
ing (see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Electric Machines. 
DAVIS AS AHEL, Mechanics' Mills (see 
adv. dept. p. 370) 

Embroidery Stampers. 

Leland Wm. 250 Gorham 
Leland Thomas, 74 Central 
PRESTON JOHN, 193 Gorham (see 
adv. dept. p. 367) 

Emigrant Offices. 

Molloy George, 58 & 60 Central 
Sheahan Edward, 28 Gorham 

Engine Builders. 
BURGESS T. F. & CO. 235 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 366) 

Engravers. 
Stone & Huse (Copper plate), 21 Cen- 
tral 

Expresses. 
Lovejoy F., Merrimac St. Depot 
Penniman G. F., Merrimac St. Depot 
Sargent E. M. & Co., Middle, c. Shat- 
tuck 

Fancy Goods. 

(See also Variety Stores.) 

BUZZELL 0. A. 3 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 371) 
Bernboun J. 3 Welles' block 
Blood Sarah, 78 Merrimac (hoop-skirts) 
Croxford L. J. Mrs. 17 Ceniral 
Griffin S. P. 110 Merrimac 
Hutchins Elvira, 117 Central 
KNOWLES BROTHERS, 114 Merrimac 

(see adv. p. 3) 
Marcy L. 332 Merrimac 
Mavnard C. I. W. 70 Merrimac 
McCoy John. 2 Welles' block 
McGoverin Francis, 1 E. Merrimac 
Morrill Hannah A. 66 Merrimac 
O'Connor John, Dutton, c. Fletcher 
Robinson B. & Co. 39 iVIerrimac 
Sargent J. C. Mrs. 236 Merrimac 



Scott N. B. &Co. 115 Merrimac 
Shedd G. W. 34 Merrimic 
Vickerv D. B. 94 Merrimac 
WELCH E. B. 126 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 334) 
Weston M. H. 97 Merrimac 
Wood E. A. 88 Merrimac 
Wright Andrew C. 74 Men-imac 

Pelting MilL 

Lowell Felting Mills, Howe, Belvidere 
Moses A. Johnson, agent 

File Manufacturers. 

ASHWORTH SAGER & CO., Fletch- 
er, "n. Dntton, (files and rasps) (see 
adv. dept. p. 346) 

HISCOX A. J. & CO., Middlesex, near 
northern depot (see adv. dept. oage 
346) 

Fire Arms. 

ROLLTN WHITE ARMS CO., Willie, 
n. Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 328) 

White Rollin (inventor), Rolf, n. Broad- 
way 

Fish. 

Erskine D. M., Merrimac, c. Hanover 

Holt A. P. 202 Middlesex 

KNIGHTS J. H. 201 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 343) 

RANDLETT M. B. 66 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 342) 

SARGENT & COTTON, r. 57 Central 
(see adv. dept. p. 342) 

Flour and Grain. 

Hills Geo. H. old freight depot, Thorn- 
dike 

HOWARD HORACE, Western a^J,enue 
(see adv. dept. p. 357) 

JEPSON J. C. 195 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 340) 

Lamson, Rogers & Co. Ill Market 

LIVINGSTON W.E. 9 Thorndike (see 
adv. dept. p. 361) 

McGurk P., Suffolk, n. Broadway 

Nichols & Co. old freight depot. Thorn- 
dike 

RUSSELL A. L. 5 Appleton block (see 
adv. dept. p. 339) 

Stiles A. G. & Co., Fletcher, c. Dutton 

Wood Samuel N. 43 Market 

Fruit, &e. 
BILLINGS SAMUEL D. 109 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 352) 
Bowden James, 22 South 
BUZZELL 0. A. 3 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 371) 
Chenev E. John, c. Merrimac 
Clark 'Wm. H. 139 Central 
Fairchild J. H. 147 Central 
JIason R. Eleazer, 79 Central 
Morse J. C. 143 Central 
Newton C. E., Dutton 
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Plastrid^e C. A. 80 Central 
Eeilly B. 143 Central 

Furniture and Feathers. 

Adams, North, & Co. 7 Central, and 28 

Merrimac 
Benner B. C. W. A. 3 Prescott 
Comins Thos. B., Broadwaj', cor. Mt. 

Vernon 
CROSBY GEO., Mechanics' Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 359) 
Hunter Oilman & Son, 247 Merrimac 
Mehan ,T. & Brother, 24 Prescott 
NICHOLS JACOB, Button, c. Lowell 

(see adv. dept. p. 364) 
Noves Persons, 39 Market 
Patch E. B. & Co. 1 & 2 Commercial 

square 
Puffer James F. 13 Market 

Fur Goods. 
Barnes C. C. 122 Merrimac 
Bascom Wm. 162 Merrimac 

Gas and Steam Pipe and Fixtures. 
BARKER HORACE R. & CO. 8 Cen- 
tral (see adv. front cover) 

Gents' FurnisMng Goods. 

BATTERSBY W. H. 4 Canal block. 
Central (see adv. dept. p. 336) 

BURBANK & VVINNEK, 53 Central, 
(see adv. dept. p. 384) 

HODGMAN B. 30 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 333) 

LITCHFIELD & FORBUSH, 167 Mid- 
dlesex, under Wamesit bank (see 
adv. dept. p. 354) 

WOODWARD A. G. 30 Merrimac (see 
adv. dept. p. 333) 

Glove Manufacturers. 
White & Brother, 67 E. Merrimac 

Grist Mills. 
LIVINGSTON WM. E. n. brewery (see 

adv. dept. p. 361) 
Locks & Canal Co., French, opp. Anne 
Wood S. N., Wamesit Power Co. 

Grocers. 

Bancroft S. 2 Jlerrimac 
Barker Stephen, jr. 99 Market 
Bascom Timothy. 214 Merrimac 
Barnard Chas., Merrimac, c. Prescott 
BLAIR E. R., Broadway, cor. School 

(see adv. dept. p. 339) 
Boiionan & Barnev, 113 Thorndike 
BRYANT D. no' Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 342) 
Butler W. D., Dracut, n. Pawtucket 

bridge 
BUTTRICK & CO. (wholesale), 20 

Market (see adv. dept. p. 341) 
Callahan Daniel, 82 Suffolk 



Carolin T. 8 Howe 

Carroll Owen, 66 Gorham 

Carter W. C. & N. C, Pawtucket 
bridge, Dracut 

CHANDLER FRANCIS H. 201 Middle- 
sex (see adv. dept. p. 338) 

Chenev & Hartwell, 251 Merrimac 

Churchill Sheldon, 56 Middlesex 

Clement E. A. & Co. 256 Merrimac 

Collins James, 68 Lowell 

Corner Josiah, 308 Merrimac 

Coulson Samuel, 60 Gorham 

COSGRO VE JOHN, 272 Merrimac (see 
adv. dept. p. 343) 

Dempsey Patrick, 47 Lowell 

Dovle James C. 53 Gorham 

Eaton Job S 368 Merrimac 

Emerson Luther, 8 E. Merrimac 

Evans G. C. 78 Dutton 

FLETCHER & MANSUR, 144 & 146 
Central (see adv. dept. 341) 

Frawley P. 0. C. 55 Gorham 

Garrigan Thos. 71 E. Merrimac 

Gibson Brothers, Bridge, c. Paige 

Gove David & Co. 227 Central 

Hall C. & A. P. 77 Church 

Heland John H. Mrs. 24 Adams 

Hemenway Marshall, 221 Central 

Holden James F. 105 Middlesex 

JEPSON J. C. 195 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 340) 

Jones Chas. M. 88 Gorham 

Keyes Patrick, Lowell, n. Hanover 

Kiley Roger, 141 Lowell 

LANE P. P., Lowell, c. Worthen (see 
adv. dept. p. 338) 

Lee Michael, 119 Lawrence 

LITCHFIELD & FORBUSH, 167 Mid- 
dlesex (see adv. dept. p. 354) 

Lynch J., Marion, c. Cross . 

Lynch John, 10 Adams 

Manning Dennis, 30 Adams 

Marren James, 34 Lowell 

McCann Arthur, 52 Gorham 

McCann .John, 40 Gorham 

McCanney .John, 43 Gorham 

McGuirk'P., Suffolk, n. Broadway 

McNabb J. & Brother, 10 Merrimac 

McSoley Alexander, 80 Middle 

Mollahan Peter, 44 Gorham 

Morse Chas. H. 126 Central 

Owen F. 148 Central 

Pearson John & James M. 3 Savings 
Bank building 

Puffer A. D. & Co. 32 Middlesex 

Putnam Jacob D. 5 Prescott block 

Quinn P., Salem, c. Adams 

Read Robert & Son, 30 Bridge, Cen- 
tralville 

Reynolds Bernard. 93 Lawrence 

Richardson Jno. B., Adams, c. Fletch- 
er 

Richardson Sumner, Old Road, Cent. 

Roane John P., Gorham, c. Summer 

Rowe Richard Mrs., Lowell, c. Dummer 

Runals Robert K. 319 Jlerrimac 



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RUSSELL ALONZO L. 5 Appleton 

block (see adv. dept. p. 339) 
Russell Cj^rus K. 283 Merrimac 
Russell S. S. 1-19 Central 
Smith Peter S. 17 E. Merrimac 
Spenser T. S. 19 Moody 
Springer J. F., Liberty square 
Stickney & Spofford, Bridge, c. Third 
Streeter & Powers, John, cor. Merri- 
mac 
Thornton Francis, 134 Central 
Urann & Frost, 255 Merrimac 
Walton Daniel, 49 Gorham 
Ward R. 68 Charles 
WHEELER ALBERT, 12 Tilden (see 

adv. dept. p. 339) 
Whithead D. & Co. 60 Middlesex 
Whittemore L W. 45 H Merrimac 
W. C. C. Association, 11 John 
Woodbury John, 189 Middlesex 
Worthen E. B. & Co. 216 Merrimac 

Gunsmiths. 
RICHARDSON & CUTTER, 66 Cen- 
tral (see adv. dept. p. 350) 

Hairdressers. 
Barth Daniel W. 4 Central 
BROOKS W. F. B. 276 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 353) 
Brown E. F. 11 Worthen (ladies) 
Burton A. P, 22 Central 
Lewis T. W. 185 Middlesex 
Lewis W. & L. J. 2 Prescott block 
McEnoch L. 70 Central 
McKinnev S. P. 153 Middlesex 
Pike Albert J. 156 Central 
Proctor & Manuel, 2 Prescott 
RICHARDSON G. M., Monument sq. 

Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 353) 
Ross T. E. 12 Central 
Taylor & Brown, 2 Merrimac House 
White Frederick, 191 Middlesex 
Williams J. 206 Merrimac 

Hairworker. 

Raymond Daniel, 106 Merrimac 

Hardware and Mechanics' Tools. 

BUTCHER JOHN, 18 Middle (see adv. 
dept. p. 370) 

Batchelder A. G. 92 Howard 

CHASE, SARGENT, & SHATTUCK, 
5 Central (see adv. dept. p. 335) 

FIELDING & BARTLETT, 136 Cen- 
tral (see adv. back colored, p.) 

ROGERS JACOB, 166 Merrimac (see 
adv. dept. p. 350) 

WESTON CHAS. H., Arch (see adv. 
dept. p. 355) 

Harness Makers. 

Brabrook Joseph A. 45 JIarket 

Burgess Ebenezer, 38 Central 

Butman S. L. 196 Middlesex 

Hatch Geo. S. 46 Central 

SAWYER AARON C. 163 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 349) 



Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. 
Brazer Wm. P. 47 Central 
HODGMAN BENJ. 30 Central (see 
adv. dept. p. 333) 

Hay. 
LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike 

(see adv. dept. p. 361) 
HOWARD HORACE, Western avenue 

(see adv. dept. p. 357) 

Horse Shoers. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

STEVENS JOSEPH, 56 Gorham (see 
, adv. dept. p. 350) 

Horse Stalls (Patent). 

BENNETT J. W., Middlesex, c, Grand 
(see adv. front cover) 

Hose Manufacturer. 

GATES JOSIAH, 4 & 6 Mechanics' 
building, Dutton (see adv. front col- 
ored) 

Hotels. 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Charles Going, 
86 Central (see card back coVer) 

Central Hotel, A. Lawrence, 278 Mer- 
rimac 

Howard House, Allen Waldo, 211 Mid- 
dlesex 

La Fayette House, Thos. Heathwood, 
Middlesex, n. Walker 

Market Hotel, 14 Market 

Merrimac House, Henry Emery, Mer- 
rimac, c. Dutton 

Wam.esit House, Sam'l T. Dresser, 187 
Middlesex 

Washington House, B. Thurston, Cen- 
tral, c. Church 

WILLOW DALE, .Jonathan Bowers, 
Post-office address, 70 Pawtucket 
(see adv. dept. p 372) 

Ice Dealers. 
McFARLIN WM. & LUKE, 94 Paw- 
tucket (see adv. dept. p. 343) 

Insurance Agents. 

COOK JAMES, 49 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 312) 
Davis John, 55 Central 
FOLSOM J. S. 21 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 312) 
HUNT GEO. F., First National Bank 

(see adv. p. 311) 
Preston Egbert C. (life) 49 Central 
MERRILL JOSHUA, 23 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 4) 
RIPLEY GEO. 6 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 313) 
STICKNEY S. W., Railroad Bank (see 

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SHERMAN E. F. 49 Central. Agent 
for the following companies : Spring- 
field Fire nnd Marine, Massasoit, 
LoriJlard's, Morris, Home of N. Y. 
and State Mutual (see adv. dept. p. 
313) 

Intelligence Offices. 

Morgan Ebenezer, 314 Merrimac 
Winton Joiin, 59 Market 

Ink Manufacturer. 

Billings J. T., Warren, n. Central 

Iron and Steel. 

BUTCHER JOHN, 18 Middle (see adv. 
dept. p. 370) 

Iron Foundries. 

COLE & NICHOLS, Dutton, c. Willie 

(see adv. dept. p. 367) 
LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, A. 

Moody, Superintend't, Dutton (see 

card page 326) 

Iron Planing. 
CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 368) 

Jewelry and Watches. 
HALLETT M. G. 153 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 334) 
Ordway H. M. 86 Merrimac 
Raynes Joseph & Co. 43 Central 
SANBORN AMOS & CO. (manuf. and 
wholesale dealer) 25 Central, corner 
Middle (see adv. front colored) 
SEWELL HENRY & CO. 27 E. Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 355) 
Williams G. T. 29 Merrimac 

Jig and Scroll Sawing. 

CROSBY GEO., Mechanics' Mills, Dut- 
ton (see adv. dept. p. 359) 

Junk Dealers. 
DODGE L. C. 54 & 55 Dutton (see 

adv. dept. p. 351) 
Hangood Kphraim, 43 High 
SMITH & WHITE, 29 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 363) 
Nugent M. 18 Gorhara 

Kitchen Furniture. 
NASH J. W. & CO. 105 Central (see 
adv. opp. title) 

Knife Manufacturer. 
LOVEJOY DANIEL, Rock, c. Gushing 
(see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Laces, Embroidferies and Dress 

Trimmings. 
DODGE CHAS. W. 123 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 334) 
Emerson P. H. 71 Merrimac 
Skinner A. C. 63 Merrimac 
Smith Francis, 49 Merrimac 



WELCH EZRA B. 126 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 334) 
Young James, 102 Merrimac 

Leather Dealers. 
BROWN WILLARD A. 88 Market (see 
adv. dept. p. 347) 

Letter Cutters. 
CURTIS T. H. 129 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 368) 
Grover Ariston, 23 Walnut 
PRESTON JOHN, 193 Gorham (see 

adv. dept. p. 367) 

Libraries. 

City Library, Citv Hall 
Eaton S. B. Mrs. 91 Central 
Mechanics', Mechanics' building 

Livery Stables. 

(See slables.) 
Locks (Patent Alarm). 
Brown Ephraim, Howe street 

Locksmiths and Sawders. 
CURTIS THOS. H. 129 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 368) 
Libbey J. H. 214 Merrimac 
TRUMBEL & HASKELL, 30 Prescott 
(see adv. dept. p. 370) 

Locomotive Builders. 
LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, Dutton 
(see adv. dept. p. 326) 

Looking Glasses. 

Dyar W. H. & Co. 41 Central 

Loom Harness. 

{See also Reed <f Harness.) 
HARRIS GEO. W.. Lawrence corp. 
(see adv. dept. p. 351) 

Lumber. 

Brooks A. L., Dutton, c. Fletcher 
Davis and Storer, 233 Middlesex 
HOWARD HORACK, Western avenue 

(see adv. dept. p. 367) 
NORCROSS & SAUNDERS (agents), 

Middlesex, office 27 State-st. Boston 

(see adv. inside front cover) 
WHITNEY H. & A., Western ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 358) 

Machinists. 

Atherton Thos. & Co., Howe 
BARKER H. R. & CO. 8 Central (see 

adv. on front cover) 
CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 368) 
CURTIS T. H. 129 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 368) 
BURGESS T. F. & CO. 235 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 366) 
DAVIS ASAHEL. Mechanics' Mills 

(dove-tailing machines) (see adv. 

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HARRIS GEO. W., Lawrence corp. 

(see adv. dept. p, .351 ) 
•LANE & NOWELL, F'letcher, c. Cush- 

inff (see adv. dept. p. 369) 
LAWRENCE BENJ., Broadway, cor. 

Mt. Vernon (see adv. dept. p. 368) 
LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, A. 

Moodv, agent, Dutton (see notice, p. 

326) ' 
Peabody Goodhue & Co., Howe 
Perkins" Francis S. 96 Middle 
Pierce John N., Howe 
Robinson & Nourbourn, Mechanics' 

Mills 
Sawyer H. J., Mount Vernon, n. Broad- 
way 
Smith S. C. 123 Cross 
Stevens B. F. & ,J., Arch 
Tvnc; & Marshall, r. Arch (Lowell 

"Wrench Co.) 
Ward Josiah P., Wamesit Power Co. 

Machinists' Tools. 

CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 368) 
LOWELL JL\CHL\E SHOP, A Moody, 

agent, Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 326) 
EOLLIN WHITE ARMS CO., Willie, 

n. Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 328) 

Magneto-Electric Machines. 

DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics' Mills (see 
adv. dept. p. 370) 

Manufacturers' Articles. 

TALBOT CHAS. P. & CO., City Mar- 
ket House (see adv. dept. p. 344) 

Marble "Workers. 

ANDREWS WM. 181 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 362) 
Dresser H. W. 12 Middlesex 
Nichols David, 59 and 61 Dutton 
Winter John B. 155 Central 
Witherell Geo. F. 165 Middlesex 

Masons. 
Bailey »Thos. D. 51 Hanover 
Cadv Lvman, 12 Cady 
COBURN & PARK" (stone), Dracut 

(see adv. dept. p. 362) 
Crosb}' & Drown, 133 Gnrham 
Dearborn Wm. F. 42 Third 
Hutchinson S. K. 21 Nesmith 
Ilsley A. 9 Queen 

Kittredge Luther (stone), 4 Butterfield 
Messer Abiel, 1 High-st. square (stone) 
Page Chas. 197 Gorham 
Read & Frve, 20 Prescott 
Russell J. "215 Central 
Sanborn Theodore A. 9 Myrtle, Cen- 

tralville 
Sanborn W. F. 23 Clay 
Sherman Marcus D. L". 6 Ford 
Wright Luther (stone), 4 Central 



Mat and Rug; Manufacturers. 

Green Joseph, 2^ Hale 

McDonald JOHN, lOHale (see adv. 

dept. p. 335) 

Metal (Union) Manufacturer. 
DODGE L. C. 54 & 55 Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 351) 

Millinery Goods. 
Crowley Daniel, 118 Jlerrimac 
Edwards Julia A. 83 Jlerrimac 
Elliott J. C. Mrs. 99 Merrimac 
Danforth M. J. Jklrs. 107 Merrimac 
Finn C. S. Mrs. 101 Merrimac 
Furbush Anna A. 83 Merrimac 
Gage Wm. H. Mrs., Carlton block 
Hall Marv A. 5 Welles's block 
Humprey G. A. Mrs. 93 Merrimac 
Huntly Curtis Mrs 33 Merrimac 
Huntlev E. J. 90 Merrimac 
Moore 'Horatio N. 225 Middlesex 
McGill James, 109 Merrimac 
Moses Stephen T. 97 Merrimac 
Robinson F. W. 61 :\ierrimac 
Stevens Mary E. 119 Jliddlesex 
Taisey L., Gorham, c. Middlesex 
Thompson B. T. Mrs. 91 Merrimac 
Waldron Marv A. 108 Merrimac 
Webster C. 43 Merrimac 
White Marv A. 81 Merrimac 
Whittet P. "Mrs. 27 Market 
Millwrights. 
RICHARDS LUTHER, 17 Andover 

(see adv. dept. p. 348) 

Notaries Public. 
Knowles John A. 14 Appleton block 
Williams Charles M. 56 Central 

Nurses. 
Atwood Mary, 7 Cabot block 
Baker Lucy, 2 Auburn 
Faunce Emma Mrs. 66 Appleton 
Gray Geo. H. Mrs. 191 Central 
Gilson Lucy A. 4 Walnut 
Howe ComiFort B. 85 Lawrence corp. 
Mclntire Ellen, Branch, c. School 
Moran Lizzie, r. Smith, n. Mt. Vernon 
Moxlev P. Mrs. 191 Central 
Rand Ruth E. 28 Appleton 
Severance Elizabeth, 26 Austin 
Smith Hannah, 6 Alder 
Snell Clara A. 30 Smith 
Varnum 0. Emma, 3 High-st. square 
Truesdell H.M. 15 Franklin court 
Woodbury Elizabeth F. 53 Pawtucket 
Washburn Ann Jlrs. r. 16 Austin 
Wilson Caroline P. 40 Lawrence corp. 

Oil. 

ADAMS SMITH (neatsfoot). Walker, 
n. Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 340) 

Oysters. 
KNIGHTS J. H. 201 Central (see adv 
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Optician. 
Johnson Jonathan, Merrimac House 

Painters. 

House. 
Adams J. H. & G. W. 55 E. Mammae 
Brown & Carter, 200 Middlesex 
Barnes Horace B. 243 Merrimac 
Dozois F. P. 326 Merrimac 
P^merson Nathan, 43 E. Merrhnac 
Farson Samuel, 193 Middlesex 
FIELDING JOSIAH B. 99 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 346) 
Gardner J. E. 310 Merrimac 
Kelley Wm. 2 Salem 
Kittredge Abner, 22 Middle 
KITTREDGE JEDUTHAN & CO. 24 

Frescott (see adv. dept. p. 350) 
Livingstone Alfred J. 179 Middlesex 
Marble C. H. 330 Merrimac 
Morrill N. W. 185 Gorham 
Morton Isaac, Water 
Osgood Geo. N. 252 Merrimac 
Parks Geo. 173 Central 
Pierce J. B. & Webster, 6 Bridge, Cen- 

tralville 
Quimby James B. 75 E. Merrimac 
Vickerv J. P., E. Merrimac 
Westall J. E. 4 Appleton block 

Coach. 
Freeman S. J. 292 Middlesex 
Miniature, &c. 
Howes Samuel P. 112 Merrimac 
Lawson Thos. B., Savings Bank bld'g 

Sign, &c. 

Pennington Wm. F. 42 Lagrange 
Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

CO BURN C. B. & CO. 1 & 2 Mechan- 
ics' building, Dutton (manufactur- 
ers' supplies) (see adv. dept. p. 346) 

FIELDING J. B. 99 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 346) 

KENDALL J. 1 Savings Bank building 
(see adv. dept. p. 345) 

Paper-Box Makers. 
FLETCHER S. R. & SON, 96 Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 358) 

Paper Hangings. 

Farson S. 139 Middlesex 

FIELDING J. B. 99 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 346) 
Kittredge Jeduthan & Co. 24 Prescott 
MERRILL JOSHUA, 23 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 4) 

Paper Maker. 

RICHMOND C. B. 80 Lawrence (see 
adv. dept. p. 328.) 

Paper Mill Bars and Plates. 
LOVEJOY DANIEL, Rock,c. Gushing 
(see adv. dept. p. 365) 



Passage and Exchange Office. 

Molloy Geo. 61 Market 

Patent and Enamelled Leather. 

Hubbard & Blake, Tanner, Ayers City 

Pattern Makers. 
CRANE JOHN E. 20 Middle (see adv. 

front colored page) 
HILLS ELIPHALET, Mechanics' Mills 

Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 357) 
Putnam P., Mechanics' Mills, Dutton 
WESTON CHARLES H., Arch (see 

adv. dept. p. 355) 

Periodical Depots. 

Gordon Sarah A. 78 Central 
Harper Alexandra, 140 Central 
Morse James C. 133 Central, and 6 Gor- 
ham 
Mason R. E. 79 Central 
Reed N. K. 79 Central 
Winton John, 59 Market 

Photographists. 
Briffham E. T. 103 Merrimac 
EMERSON M. W. 89 Merrimac (sec 

adv. back colored) 
Gilchrest G. C. 92 Merrimac 
MoOre H. N. 112 Merrimac 
SANBORN N. C. 50 Merrimac (see 

adv. back colored page) 
Shattuck S. 19 Central 
Simpson Andrew J. 27 Central 
Towle Simon, 88 Merrimac 
Washburn John M. 100 Merrimac 
Eaton A. B. 15 Baristers' block " 

Physicians. 

Members of (he Middlesex North Dis- 
trict Medical Society, and who are also 
members of the Massachusetts Medical 
Society. Prepared by Dr. Gewge 11. 
Whitmore, Secretary. 

Allen Nathan, 12 Hurd 

Bass Wm. 131^ Central 

Bradt James G., Central, c. Middlesex 

Burnham Walter, Central, cor. Middle- 
sex 

Dickey Hanover, 15 Hurd 

Fox Lorenzo S. 2 Welles's block 

Gage Daniel P., Lee, c. John 

Oilman John H. 128 Merrimac 

Green John 0., Savings Bank building 

Holt Daniel, 15 John 

Jewett Jeremiah P. 22 Kirk 

Kidder Moses W., 16 Hurd 

Kimball Oilman, Merrimac, cor. Wov- 
then 

Livingston Alfred, Middlesex, c. Thorn- 
dike 

Lovejoy Daniel H., Central, c. Jackson 

Parker Hiram, 17 John 

Parson John W., Merrimac, c. Worth- 
then 

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Pinkham George E., Central, cor. Jack- 
son 
PJunket F. C. 5 Welles's block 
Savory Chas. A., Kirk, c. Paige 
Skelton Benj. 50 Tyler 
Spaldincj Joel, Savings Bank building 
Wells David, 1 Welles's block 
Whitmore Geo. H., Kirk, c. Lee 

Botanic. 
Dows Amos W. 185 Central 
Dowse John E. 9 L. M. S. corp. 
Musta J. A. 241 School 
Olcott James S. 2 Adams 
Thompson M. E. 268 Merrimac 

Eclectic. 
Walcott A. P. 3 Welles's block 

Eommopathic. 
Holt Daniel, 15 John 
Thayer Henry R. 16 Central 



Indian. 



Ayer's 



Birmingham S. T., Tanner, n 

City 
LEWIS JULIA E. 11 Worthen (see 

adv. dept. p. 353) 
Moody J. D. 184 Central 

Other Physicians. 

AUyn Rachel H. 191 (Central 
Bass Wm. ISIJ Central 
Carter W. T. 6 Hurd 
Chandler L. 62 Central 
Chase Geo. F. 118 Middlesex 
Dowelle C. E. 192 Middlesex 
Farrar Cyrus S. 12 Clay 
Fellows R. 20 Hurd 
Gates Jeremiah, 6 Hurd 
Harmon J. M., Welles's block 
Hooke H. M., Welles's block 
HUNTOON JAMES W. 9 Central 

(see card p. 384) 
Jenness L. W. 55 Merrimac 
Leighton Wm. H. 22 Hurd 
Lovejoy D. H., Central, c. Jackson 
Parker Daniel, 7 Barristers' Hall 
Pinkham Geo. E., Central, c. Jackson 
Simpson B. F. 59 Third 
Smith P. 24 Adams 
Williamson David C. 5 Merrimac 
Winn D. K. 29 Kirk 
Wright Mary P. Mrs. 1 Willow place 

Pianofortes. 
Dyar W. H. & Co. 41 Central 
Foote Warren S. 275 Merrimac 
Hedrick Geo. 36 Central 
Rugg & Griffith, 77 Merrimac 

Pictures and Frames. 

Gordon & Currier, 23 Prescott 
Shorey John, 81 Central 

Plane Makers. 
Taber Wing H. 19 Market 



Planing Knives. 
LOVEJOY DANIEL, Rock, c. Centra! 
(see adv. dept. p. 365) 

Plasters. 

Hicks, Richards & Morton, 111 Mid- 
dlesex 

Plumbers. 

WILDER H. H. & CO. 8 Jackson (sec 
adv. inside back cover) 

Pop Corn Dealers. 

Eaton S. C. 107 Howard 

Pork Dealers. 
WILKINS HENRY K. 37 Prescott 
(see adv. dept. p. 341) 

Print Block Maker. 
PETTINGELL J., Mechanics' Mills 
* (see adv. dept. p. 351) 

Printers. 

Hildreth & Hunt, Museum building 

JAMES THOMAS P. 27 Merrimac (see 
adv. front cover) 

KNAPP & MOREY, 44 Central (see 
adv. dept. p. 332) 

PENHALLOW B. H., Wyman's Ex- 
change (see adv. dept. p. 363) 

STONE & HUSE, 21 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 331) 

Produce, &a. 

BUTTRICK & CO. 20 Market (see 
adv. dept. p. 341) 

FLETCHER & MANSUR, 146 Central 
(see adv. dept. p. 341) 

JEPSON J. C. 195 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 340) 

Nichols G. N. & E. 109 Market 

Pierce J. C. & Co., Dutton, n. Fletcher 

RUSSELL A. L. 5 Appleton block (see 
adv. dept. p. 339) 

Stiles A. G. & Co., Fletcher, c. Dutton 

Stiles C. F. 90 Middlesex 

WAITE A. L., Dutton. opp. Mechan- 
ics' Mills (see adv. dept. p. 338) 

Provisions. 

Bailey & Heath, Gorham, n. Middle- 
sex 

Bailey Gardner, 66 E. MeiTimac 

Brown Wm. 208 Central 

Blood & Mitcliel, Libertj' square, Ad- 
ams, c. Suffolk 

Brierton Edward, 72 Lowell 

BRYANT DANIEL, 110 Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 342) 

Burtt Brothers. 131 Middlesex 

Carll A. W. 320 Merrimac 

Cha'e Ira M. 253 Merrimac 

CORBETT MICHAEL, 73 Gorham (see 
adv. dept. p. 340) 

Courtney Wm. 47 River, Centralville 

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Cummisky Patrick, 38 Market 

DoLlard James, 88 Middlesex (wholesale) 

Eaton W. 336 Merrimac 

Farrell Henry, 15 Lowell 

Gove & Kidder, 166 Merrimac 

Gradv P. 139 Lowell 

GrayD. S. 205 Central 

Green Andrew, 75 Charles 

Haviland & Brother, Lowell, c. Lewis 

Hunt E. S. 96 Market 

Leathers & True, 190 Middlesex 

Lovejoy Edin, 113 E. Merrimac 

Lynch Patrick, 97 Gorhani 

Lynch .^hilip, 68 Middlesoi 

Murphv Daniel, 92 Lowell 

Owen Wm. N. 77 E. Merrimac 

Philbrick M. E. 348 Merrimac 

Pufier Stephen, 90 Middlesex 

Rice H. M. & J. 4 E. Merrimac 

Rice & Bailey, 131 Central 

Roard M. 39 Lowell 

Ryan B. Mrs. 53 Dutton 

Sargent J. L. 4 Merrimac 

Sawtell A. A., Liberty square 

Spaulding B. J. & G. 2 Cady 

Springer & Pierce, Suffolk, c. Adams, 

Franklin sq. 
Washburn & Pearl, 31 Market 
Welch & Furlong, Lowell, c. Hanover 
Wilder Elias F. 98 Middlesex 
Wing Alpheus G., Bridge, n. Second 
Wing True, 3 John 
Wright A. V. & M. 195 Middlesex 

Pump and Block Makers. 

Colby Amos. Howe 

WIGHT DANIEL W. 135 Middlesex 
(see adv. back colored) 

Keal Estate Agents. 
Wheelock A. C. 224 Central 
Williams Henry L. 56 Central 

Reed and Harness Manufs. 

BROWN DARIUS C, Warren, cor. 

Church (see adv. dept. p. 327) 
HARRIS GEO. W., Lawrence corp. 

(see adv. dept. p. 351) 
Stevens S., Fletcher, cor. Western ave. 

Kelresliments, Oysters, &c. 
ARLIN J. F., Miinument Exchange, 

164 Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 355) 
Blanchard & Oilman, 238 Merrimac 
Bray Eben, 19 Merrimac 
Callahan James, 5 River, Centralville 
Clav Steplien B. 12 Middle 
Donovan Matthew, 87 Mnrket 
Dow Joshua jr. 91 Middle 
Emery Henry, Merrimac House 
FRKNCH A. B. & CO. 37 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 337) 
Hale Mary J., Northern Depot 
Ingalls 0. W. 172 Merrimac 
Meserve Eben, Merrimac-st. depot 
Page Abraham, 112 Central 



Richardson Chas. W. W. 175 Middle- 
sex 
Richardson S. 16 Merrimac' 
Waldo Almon, 201 Middlesex 
Webster Elihu, 133 Midillesex 
Woodward H. 42 Central 

Roofers. 

BENNETT J. W., Middlesex, c. Grand 

(see adv. front cover) 
COSTELLO T. & CO. 118 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 371) 
GOULDING R. 54 Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 357) 
HORNE D. W., Western ave. (see adv. , 

dept. p. 357) 
KITTREDGE J. & CO. 24 Prescott 

(see adv. dept. p. 850) 

Sausage Maker. 

WILKINS HENRY K. 37 Prescott (see 
adv. dept. p. 341) 

Sawing and Planing. 
Brooks A. L., Mechanics' Mills 
NORCROSS & SAUNDERS, agents, 

Middlesex, office 27 State, Boston 

(see adv. inside front cover) 
Pratt M. C, Wamesit Mills 
WHITNEY H. & A., Western ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 358) 

Scale Makers and Dealers. 

FAIRBANKS' SCALES (Chase, Sar- 
gent, and Shattuck, agents), 5 Cen- 
tral (see adv. dept. p. 335) 

HOWE'S Improved Standard, Fielding 
& Bartlett, 136 Central (see adv. 
back colored) 

Knowles J. A. jr.. Mechanics' Mills 

Schools. 

ST. ANNE'S, Savings Bank Building 
(see adv. dept. p. 309) 

Screen Manufacturer. 
KIMBALL D. S., Wamesit Mills (see 
adv. dept. p. 359) 

Screw Manufacturer. 
CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see adv. 
dept. p. 368) 

Seed Store. 

FIELDING & BARTLETT, 136 Cen- 
tral (see adv. back colored page) 

Sewing Machines. 

Carter N. C, Pawtucket Bridge, Dra- 

cut 
DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics' Mills, 

Fletcher (see adv. dept. p. 370) 
Dean Horace C. 31 Central 

Shafting and Pulleys. 
CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see 
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Sheriff {Deputy). 
Hopkins James, 55 Central 

Shirt, Drawers, and Stocking 
Boards'. 
KIMBALL D. S., Wamesit Mills (see 
adv. dept. p. 359) 

Shoddy Manufacturers. 
Gerrish Thos. G., Lawrence, n. Wliip- 
ple's Mills 

Shoulder Brace Manufactory. 

CUTTER & WALKER, 43 Central (see 
adv. dept. :>. 356) 

UPTON & BLAKE, 5 John (see adv. 
dept p. 371) 

Shuttles. 

Coburn & Hardy, Mechanics' Mills 

JAQUES J. S.& CO., Wamesit Pow- 
er Co. (see adv. dept. p. 359) 

Silver-ware Manuf. 

SANBORN AMOS & CO. 25 Central 
c. Middle (see adv. front colored) 

Slaters. 
GOULDING ROBERT, 54 Dutton 

(see adv. dept. p. 357) 
W^augli John, Mechanic, n. Button 

Soap and Candles. 
Horn S. & Co;, Middlesex, c. School 
MELDRUM ROBERT (for Print 

Works) Pawtucket (see adv. dept. 

p. 344) 
PUTNAM & CURRIER, Lenton court, 

n. Charles (see adv. dept. p. 343) 
Walker Geo. P. 382 Middlesex 
WILSON THOS. 19 Warren (see adv. 

dept. p. 347) 

Soda Manufacturers. 
Bartlett & Moody, 52 Middlesex 

Stables. 

Armstrong Christopher, 278 Merrimac 

Conant J. E. 170 Central 

Flint Geo. W. 112 Moody 

FLINT OLIVER W. 112 Moody (see 
adv. dept. p. 355) 

Hadley John, Worthen, n. Merrimac 

Leavitt Daniel G. 32 Prescott, and Mid- 
dlesex, n. Northern Depot 

MORSE & GAGE, Monument square, 
Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 354) 

Norris G. W., Warren, n. Central 

Noyes J. L., Church, n. Central 

Perry J. B., Middlesex, c. Howard 

Stamp, Stencil, and Steel Letter 

Cutters. 
CURTIS T. H. 129 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 368) 
Grover A. 23 Walnut 
Haskell Job H. 13 Middle 
Parsons & Gibby, 111 Thorndike 



PRESTON JOHN, 193 Gorham (see 

adv. dept. p. 367) 
Whitmore Wm. 2S Merrimac 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 

BLODGET, REED, & PEASE, School 
(see adv. dept. p. 362) 

COBURN & PARK (quarries), Dracut 
(see adv. dept. p. 362) 

RUNELS, CLOUGH, & CO., Middle- 
sex, c. Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 
363) 

Stone Quarries. 

COBURN & PARK, Dracut (see adv. 
dept. p. 362) 

Stoves, Grates, Tin Ware, &c. 

COSTELLO T. & CO. 118 Central (see 

adv. dept. p. 371) 
Gushing & Mack, 123 and 125 Market, 

c. Shattuck 
Duston Harlow, 12 Merrimac 
Foote J. L. & Co. 279 Merrimac 
Mead Matthias, 118 Central 
Mehan & Brother. 24 Prescott 
NICHOLS JACOB, Dutton, c. Lowell 

(see adv. dept. p. 364) 
NASH J. W. & CO. 105 Central (see 

adv. opp. title page) 
Page J. Y. & Co. 265 and 267 Merri- 
mac 
Puffer James F. 13 Market 
Wier N. J. & Co. 198 Merrimac 
WIGHT DANIEL W. 135 Middlesex 

(see adv. inside back cover) 
WILDER H. H. & CO. 8 Jackson (see 

adv. back colored) 

Summer Resort. 

WILLOW DALE, Jonathan Bowers, 
prop., post-office address, 70 Paw- 
tucket (see adp. dept. p. 372) 

Suspenders. 

CUTTER & WALKER, 48 Central (see 
adv. dept. p. 356) 

TaUow. 

ADAMS SMITH, Walker, n. Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 340) 

Tanner. 

Cook E. G., Tanner, c. Lincoln, Aver's 
City 

Tailoress. 
Barties Emdy R. 40 Central 

Tailors and Drapers. 

(See Clolhimj.) 
BATTERSBY W. H. & CO. 4 Canal 

block, Central (see adv. dept. p. 336) 
Bender Frederick, Hale, n. Chelmsford 
Bennett Wm. S. 11 Central 
BURBANK & WINNEK, 53 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 384) 
CHASE, SARGENT, & SHATTUCK 

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Dean & Barnes, 5 Canal block 
Delaney Tliomas, 74 Market 
Oilman Alfred, 156 Merrimac 
Holland Michael, 3 Prescott block 
Lancaster & Totman, 106 & 108 Cen- 
tral 
Leslie E. C. 4 Merrimac House 
Mead Patrick, 175 Middlesex 
McEvoy Hugh, 2 Canal block 
Murphy John, 47 Market 
Quinn John, 1 Appleton's block 
SMITH GEO. 222 Merrimac (see adv. 

back colored) 
Willoughby & Hill, 57 Central 

Tea and Coffee Store. 
Munn Geo. 12 John 
Richardson S. A. 3 Merrimac House 

Teachers. 

( Music. ) 
Foote Warren S. 275 Merrimac 
HAMILTON MARY H. 51 Lawrence 

Corp. (see adv. front cover) 
Harrison James, 27 Kirk 
Hutchinson Reuben, 432 Merrimac 
Morrison John F. 30 Appleton corp. 
Wheeler H. Mrs. 384 Merrimac 
Willey Geo. F. 32 Appleton 

Tinsmith. 
( See also Stoves and Timoare. ) 
Farlev James, 51 Middle 
NASH J. W. & CO. 105 Central (see 

adv. front colored p.) 
SMITH & WHITE, 29 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 363) 
Whitten W. T., High, c. Andover 
WIGHT DANIKL W. 135 Middlesex 

(see adv. inside back cover) 
WILDER H. H. «& CO. 8 Jackson (see 

adv. inside back cover) 

Telegraph Office. 

Brickett H. W., agent, Merrimac-st. 
depot 

Ticket Agents. 
Brickett H. W., Merrimac-st. depot 

Tool Dealers. 

Bach elder A. G. 92 Howard 
FIELDING i\r BARTLETT, 136 Central 
(see adv. back colored p.) 

Tripe and Pigs' Feet. 
ADAMS SMITH, Walker, n. Middlesex 
(see adv. dept. p. 340) 

Trunks, &c. 
KNOWLES BROTHERS, 114 Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 3) 
Marriot John jr. 6S Central 
Molloy Geo. 60 Central 

Upholsterer. 
McGovern FraiK-is, 1 E Merrimac 
Offutt Geo. & Son, 135 Central 



RAY & HILL, 11 Middle (see adv. dept. 
p. 361) 

Variety Stores. 
Baxter Darwin W. Mrs. 151 Middlesex 
Besse J. V. 14 Tilden 
Bowden James, 22 South 
Brewster John L. 13 Tilden 
Brown Alice, 97 Central 
Bush Jane Mrs. 47 E. Merrimac 
BUZZELL OLIVER A. 3 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 371) 
Carney Honora, 262 Merrimac 
Clark "Betsev, 9 Tilden 
Clongh Nattie S. 9 Tilden 
Coffin Deborah C. 3 E. Merrimac 
COLLINS JOSIAH T. 170 Suffolk (see 

adv. dept. p. 334) 
Cowan David, 65 Dutton 
Curtis Wm. W. Mrs. 197 Central 
Dunn Wm. 64 Dutton 
Eastman Daniel, 9 Merrimac 
Elliott Edmund, 1 Tilden 
P^aunce A. B. 362 Merrimac 
Fillmore John W. 13 E. Merrimac 
Fisher M. Mrs. 219 Middlesex 
Follansby D. S. Mrs. 300 Merrimac 
Ford L. N. 344 Jlerrimac 
Herrick E. S. 288 Merrimac 
Hildretti Jane H., Bridge, c. Second, 

Centralville 
Hill E. W. Mrs. 49 E. Merrimac 
Hobbs Ruth A. 71 Merrimac 
Hoyt R. G. 187 Central 
Huntley John Mrs. 290 Merrimac 
Karion J. Mrs. 316 Merrimac 
Kennedy Jane, 177 Central 
Knowles Brothers, 114 Merrimac 
Lamere A. 15 Merrimac 
Lamere John, Parker's block. Bridge, 

Centralville 
Langmaid S. 856 Merrimac 
Livingston James H. 105 E. Merrimac 
Manning D. W. 286 Merrimac 
Mansfield G. S. 6 Tilden 
Marble C. H. 330 Merrimac 
Martin Geo. L. II Mtrrimac 
Martin Hannah, 294 Merrimac 
Mayberry Eliza, 72 Middlesex 
McGuire Cornelius, 25 Summer 
McKenna Owen, 5 Paige 
Morris John, jr. 189 Central 
Ogelvie N. J. 8 Tilden 
O' Grady John, 99 Gorham 
Otley W. Mrs. 234 Merrimac 
Rand M. A. 76 Central 
Reiley B. 75 Church 
Robinson James H. 23 Market 
Sails H. M. 95 Central 
Senior Geo. Mrs. 220 Merrimac 
Shaw R. S. Mrs. 125 Middlesex 
Sharks ,T. 342 Merrimac 
Stanton C. P. Mrs. 75 Adams 
Smith .T. C. 13 Merrimac 
Smith Kate, 93 Central 
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Stowe J. F. 63 Dutton 
Svmonds Edward, 2 Tildeii 
Tolman J. C. 334 Jlerrimac 
Whittv A. 280 Merrimac 
WUey'R. F. 84 Appleton 
Wilson John, 212 Merrimac 
Wing J. T. Miss, 10 John 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Cogswell Chas. 21 Walnut 
Wood Robert, High-st. sq. c. Bartlett 

Wadding and Batting Manufs 
Fi.-ke Wm., Mechanics' Mills, Gushing 
Ripley Geo. & Co. 6 Middle 

"Washing Machines. 

Bennett J. C, Dutton, n. Fletcher 

Watch Makers. 

(See Jewellers.) 

Carter E. B. 72 Central 

HALLETT M. G. 153 Central (see adv 

dept. p. 334) 
Lyman Roland, 128 Central 
Johnson Jona, 1 Merrimac House 
SANBORN AMOS & CO. 25 Central 

(see adv. front colored page) 
SEWELL HENRY & CO. 27 E. Merri 

mac (see adv. dept. p. 355) 
Wilkius Henry, 73 Central 

West India Goods. 

((See Grocers.) 
Wheelwrights. 

GREEN AMOS, r. 292 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 349) 

Hixlgman Abiel G., Jlerrimac, n. Suf- 
folk 

Ranger Ellas H. 134 iliddlesex 
Wines, Liquors, &c. 

ARLIN JOHN F., Monument Exch'g. 
164 Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 355) 

CHANDLER FRANCIS H. 201 Middle- 
sex (see adv. dept. p. 338) 

COSGROVE JOHN, 272 Merrimac (see 
adv. dept. p. 343) 

Emerson Daniel G. 128 Suffolk 

Hoar Michael, Lowell, c. Dutton 
Wire Goods Manufacturers. 

CADY GEO. L. 237 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 368) 

Wire Manufacturers. 

Brown Darius C, Warren, n. School 

HALE B. S. & SON (for Galvanic Bat- 
teries, &c.), 1 Wamesit Power Co. 
(see adv. dept. p. 363) 

Wireworker. 

Hildreth H. A. 10 Central 

Wood, Sherwood & Co., Bridge, opp. 
Seventh, Centralville 
Wood. 

Bailey Alvah W., Bridge, opp. Seventh, 
Centralville 

Backett S. R., Wamesit Power Co. 

BROWN H. 53 Appleton (kindling) 
(see adv. dept. p. 360) 

Butler Wm. D., Dracut, n. Bridge 



BENNETT & RODLIFF, Moody, cor. 
Tremont (see adv. p. 360) 

Carlton Caleb, First, Centralville 

Dugadle James, Whipple's Mills 

Hill E. A., Middlesex, c. School 

LIVINGSTON W. E. 9 Thorndike (see 
adv. dept. n. 361) 

MOULTON & HILL, Dutton, n. Wam- 
esit Mills (see adv. dept. p. 360) 

Perkins Paul, 6 Middlesex 

Richardson & Smith, Salem, c. Common 

Riley Bernard, 15 Davidson _ 

Tapiey J., Jackson, n. round house 
Wood Mouldings. 

Pratt M. C, Wamesit Mills 
Wood Turning. 

ALDRICH M., Mechanics' Mills, Dut- 
ton (see adv. dept. p. 357) 

CROSBY GEO., Mechanics' Mills (see 
adv. dept. p. 359) 

Fuller & Hadley, Mechanics' Mills, Dut- 
ton 

HILLS ELIPHALET, ^Mechanics' Mills 
(see adv. dept. p. 357) 

Wooden Screws. 

ALDRICH JI., Mechanics' Jlills, Dutton 
(see adv. dept. p. 357) 

Wooden Ware. 

NASH J. W. & CO. 105 Central (see 
adv. front colored) 

SMITH & WHITE. 29 Middlesex (see 
adv. dept. p. 363) 

Taylor & Gardner, 241 Middlesex 
Woollen Goods Manufactures. 

Faulkner L. W. & Son (flannels). Grove, 
n. Lawrence 

HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO. 
(see adv. dept. p. 317) 

Holt John (flannel), Howe 

Hosford & Chase (fancy cassimeres), 
Lawrence, n. Whipple's Jlills 

LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING CO. 
(seep. .321) 

LIVINGSTON, CARTER & CO. 7 
Thorndike (blankets and flannels) (see 
adv. dept. p. 335) 

LOWELL MANUFACTURING CO. 
(see p. 318) 

MIDDLESEX COMPANY (see p. 
319) 

Navlor Geo. (carpets), Wamesit Power 
Co. 

Stott Chas. A. (flannels), Lawrence 

Suffolk Manufacturing Co. 

TALBOT CHAS. P. & CO., City Mar- 
ket House (see adv. p. 344) 

TREMONT MILLS (see page 320) 

U. S. Bunking Co., (D. W. C. Farring- 
ton, agent), Wamesit Power Co. 

Walker Wm. & Co. 80 Lawrence 
Worsted Braids. 

HALE B. S. & SON, Wamesit Power 
Co. (see adv. dept. p. 363) 

DODGE CHAS. W. 123 Central (see 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



We take pleasure in referring all who consult the Directory to 
the following names of our most prominent and enterprising busi- 
ness people. 

Every class of business is represented by them, and we predict 
that they will be prepai-ed at all times to serve those who may 
favor them with their patronage in the most satisfactory manner. 

The figures opposite the names refer to the page on which their 
business card may be found. 



Abbott & Eames, dry-goods 334 

Adams Smith, tripe, oil & tallow. .340 
Aldrich Milton, wooden screws and 

turner 357 

American Water Wheel Co 381 

Andrews Wm. marbleworker 362 

Appleton Company 325 

Appleton National Bank 305 

Arlin John F. restaurant 355 

Ash worth S. & Co. files and rasps. 346 

Ayer J. C. & Co. medicines 352 

Bachelder A. bungs, beer taps, &c. 358 

Baker R. W. civil engineer 361 

Barker Horace R. & Co. steam and 

gas pipe front cover 

Baron Frederick, apothecary 354 

Battersbv W. H. merchant tailor.. .336 

Battles C. F. agent 320 

Bennett J. W. carpenter and gravel 

roofer front cover 

Bennett & Rodliff, wood and coal. .360 
Billings Samuel D. fruit and confec- 
tionery 352 

Birmingham Samuel T. physician. 377 

Blair E. R. grocer 339 

Blodgett, Reed & Pease, granite 

work 362 

Boott Cotton Mills 323 

Boston & Lowell Railroad, and 

Nashua & Lowell Railroad, 329 & 330 
Bowers Jonathan, picnic grove. . . .372 
Bradley Wm. L. superphosphate of 

lime back colored 

Bradt G. J. & D. bakers 337 

Brooks W. F. B. hairdresser 353 

Brown D. C. reeds and harnesses. .327 

Brown Hiram, wood yard 360 

Brown Willard A. leather 347 

Bryant Daniel, provisions, &c 342 

Burbank & Winnek, merch. tailors, 384 
Burgess Thos. F. & Co. machinists. 366 

Butcher John, iron and steel 370 

Buttrick & Co., W. L Goods 341 

Buzzell 0. A. stationery and fancy- 
goods 371 

Cady Geo. L. machinist 368 

Canie J. E. & Co. billiard tables.. .380 
Carruth D. J. & Co. liquors and ci- 



Chandler F. H grocer. 



Chase, Sargent, & Shattuck, tailors, 

hardware, cutlery, &c 335 

Chevalier Geo. dental depot 375 

Chilson G. furnaces and ranges, 

front colored 

Clifford's Dye House back colored 

Clogston T. S. & Co. steam heaters 

back colored 

Coburn C. B. &: Co. oils, paints, and 

varnishes 346 

Coburn & Park, stone masons 362 

Coggeshall F. P. books and station- 
ery back colored 

Cole & Nichols, iron and brass cast- 
ings 367 

Collins Josiah T. fancy dry-goods. 334 

Cook James, insurance agent 312 

Cook James M. cut and stained 

glass 380 

Copp & Pear, upholsterers 376 

Corbett Michael, provisions 340 

Cosgrove J. groceries and liquors. .343 
Costello T. & Co. furnaces, stoves, 

&c.... 371 

Crane John E. pattern and model 

maker front colored 

Crosby Geo. cabinetmaker and 

wood turner 359 

Curtis T. H. machinist, and jobber. 368 
Cutter & Walker, shoulder braces 

and supporters 356 

Daily " Citizen and News " 332 

Davis Asahel, electric machines. . .370 
Dennison & Co. labels and tags 

front cover 

Dix John F. & Co. carriage makers, 

&c 349 

Dobbins Wm. steam boilers, &c. . .367 

Dodge Chas. W. dry-goods 834 

Dodge L. C. union metal 351 

Eaton Geo. W. leather and calf 

skins 347 

Edson Wm. solicitor of patents. . . .381 
Emerson M. W. photographist 

back colored 

Fairbanks, Brown & Co. scales 

front colored 

Favor N. B. & Son, doors, sashes, 

&o 359 

Fielding J. B. painter 346 



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Fielding & Bartlett, hardware 

back colored 

First National Bank 306 

Fletcher & Mansiir, W. I. Goods.. .341 
Fletcher S. R. & Son, paper box 
makers ; hat and bonnet bleache- 

ry ....: 358 

Flint Oliver W. livery stable 355 

Folsom J. S. insurance agent 312 

French A. B. & Co. confectionery 

and cake 337 

Frye John F. counsellor and claim 

agent back cover 

Gates Josiah, hose manufactory 

front colored 

Going CharleSj'hotel back cover 

Goulding R. slate and tin roofer. ...357 

Green Amos, carriage maker 349 

Hale B. S. & Son, copper and iron 

wire 363 

Hallett M. G. watches and jewelry. 334 

Hamilton Manufacturing Co 317 

Hamilton Mary H. music teacher 

front cover 

Harris Geo. W. knitting machines. 351 
Hawthorn & Loudon, plumbers. . . .380 

Heims H. billiard tables 379 

Hills Eliphalet, turner and pattern 

maker 357 

Hiscox A. J. & Co. file manufactur- 
ers 346 

Hodges Samuel W. sewing ma- 
chines 376 

Hodgman B. hats, caps, and furnish- 
ing goods 333 

Hodsdon H. M. fruit, confectionery, 

&c 337 

Hood A. K. carpenter 348 

Home D. W. roofing 357 

Howard Fire Insurance Co 311 

Howard H. hard-wood lumber 357 

Howe & Goodhue, card clothing 

back colored 

Howe & Greenhaigh, counsellors.. .356 
Howes Standard Scales. . . .back cover 

Hunt Geo. F. insurance agent 311 

Hunt, Lyon,& Co. leather belting.. -378 
Huntoon Geo. L. confectionery and 

cigars 337 

Huntoon James W. physician 384 

James Thomas P.job printer.front cover 
Jaques John S. & Co. power loom 

shuttles 359 

Jenkins Joel, carriage manufacto- 
ry 350 

Jepson J. C. grocer 340 

John Hancock Life Insurance Co. .379 

Kelley J. Wesley, physician 378 

Kendall Jonathan, paints, oils, and 

varnishes 345 

Kimball Chas. R. apothecary 356 

Kimball D. S. cotton, and wool card 

screens 359 

Kitson Richard, cotton machinery . 365 

Kittredge J. & Co. painters 350 

Knapp & Morey, printers 332 

Knights J. H. fish and oysters 343 

Knowles Brothers, boots and shoes. 3 
Lane and Nowell, machinists 369 



Lane P. P. grocer 338 

Lawrence A. dentist back colored 

Lawrence Benj. machinist 368 

Lawrence G. W. dentist. . . .back col'd 

Lawrence Manufacturing Co 321 

Lewis Mrs. J. E., Indian and clair- 
voyant physician 353 

Litchfield & Furbush, dry-goods 

and groceries 354 

Livingston Wm. E. coal and wood. 361 
Livingston, Carter, & Co. blankets, 

and flannels 335 

Lovejoy Daniel, machine knives.. .366 

Lowell Bleachery 322 

Lowell " Daily Courier " 331 

Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank. . .307 

Lowell Gas Light Co 314 

Lowell Machine Shop 326 

Lowell Manufacturing Co 318 

Lowell Mutual Fire Insurance Co. .312 

Lowell & Lawrence Railroad 330 

Lowell Steam and Gas Pipe Works 

front cover 

Massachusetts Cotton Mills 324 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co 312 

McDonald .John, rugs, carpets, &C.335 
McEIholm Wm. boots, shoes, and 

rubbers 364 

McFarlin Wm. 6c Luke, ice deal- 
ers 343 

Meadow River Manufacturing Co. 

door mats, rugs, carpets, &c 335 

Mechanics' Savings Bank 308 

Meldrum Robert, manuf. indigo 

carmine, writing inks, &c 344 

Merchants' National Bank 305 

Merriam G. & C. publishers 

Webster's Dictionary, .back colored 
Merrill Joshua, books and statione- 
ry 4 

Merrimac Manufacturing Co 316 

Middlesex Company 319 

Morse & Gage, livery stable 354 

Moulton & Hill, wood dealers 360 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad 330 

Nash J. W. & Co. stoves and tin- 
ware front colored 

New England Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co 311 

Nichols Jacob, furniture, stoves, 

&c 364 

Norcross & Saunders, lumber 

front colored 

Otis Brothers & Co. hoisting ma- 
chinery 382 

Parker, "Gannett, & Osgood, agri- 
cultural implements 377 

Parker Sewing Machine 376 

Penhallow B.H. printer 363 

Pettingell .John, carpenter 351 

Prescott National Bank 307 

Preston John, copper stamp and 

stencil cutter 367 

Prosser Thos. & Son, cast steel, &c. . 373 
Putnam & Currier, soap and can- 
dles ■ 343 

Railroad National Bank 308 

Randlett Mortimer B. fish dealer.. .342 



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Ray & Hill, upholsterers 361 

Reynolds Geo. B. scales... .back cover 
Richards Luther, millwright and 

carpenter 348 

Richardson & Cutter, rifle manuf. 

& sporting apparatus 350 

Richardson Geo. M. hairdresser 353 

Richmond C. B. paper manuf 328 

Ripley Geo. insurance agent. 313 

Rogers Jacob, hardware, &c 350 

Rollin White Arms Co 328 

Royal Insurance Co 374 

Runels, Clough & Co. granite deal- 
ers 363 

Russell A. L. grocer 339 

St. Anne's School 309 

Salem & Lowell Railroad 330 

Sage 0. W. trunk depot 375 

Sampson, Davenport & Co. directo- 
ries 6 

Sanborn Amos & Co. jewellers 

front colored 

Sanborn N. C. photographer. back col'd 
Sargeant B. C. books and stationery 5 

Sargent & Cotton, fish market 342 

Sawyer Aaron C. carriages and har- 
nesses 349 

Schouller P. & Son, billiard tables. 376 
Sewell Henry & Co. watches and 

jewelry 355 

Shadduck Geo. K. boot and shoe- 
maker 364 

Simonds S. B. bookbinder 355 

Smith Geo. merchant tailor. back col'd 
Smith & White, tinware, glass, 

&c 363 

Stevens Joseph, horse shoer 350 

Stickney S. W. insurance 311 



Stone Henry N. machinist 375 

Stone & Huse, engravers and print- 
ers 331 

Stony-Brook Railroad 330 

Stratton T. W. collector 377 

Talbot C. P. & Co. woollen flannels, 

chemicals and dve woods 344 

The Old Lowell National Bank 306 

The Proprietors of the Tremont 

Mills 320 

The Wamesit National Bank of 

Lowell , 309 

Traders & Mechanics Insurance Co. 313 

Tremont Mills 320 

Trumbel & Haskell, saw filers, &c . 370 

Union Steam Fan Blower Co 379 

Upton & Blake, shoulderb races. . . .371 

Wamesit Power Co 315 

Waite A. L. country produce 338 

Weed Geo. A. carpenter 348 

Welch Ezra B. hosiery, gloves, &c. 334 
Weston Chas. H. patternmaker. . . .355 

Wheeler Albert, grocer 339 

Whipple M. J. & Co. artist's. mate- 

riels , 380 

Whiting & Co. leather belting 347 

Whitney H. & A. lumber 358 

Wight D. W. stoves and tinware 

back colored 

Wilder H. H. & Co. coppersmiths, 

&c back colored 

Wiley Samuel F. carpenter 348 

Wilkins Henry K. pork, lard, hams, 

&c 341 

Wilson Thos. soap manufacturer. .347 

Woodward A. G. clothing, &c 333 

Wright N. M. boots, shoes, and rub- 
bers 864 




CITY GOYERNMENI 

18 6 6. 



JOSIAH G. PEABODY, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

At Large. — Samuel A- Brown, Albert B. Plimpton. 



Ward 1. — John R. Southwick. 
Ward 2. — Joseph L. Sargent. 
Ward 3. — Charles W. Dodge. 



Ward 4. — Josiah Gates. 
Ward 5. — Henry M. Hooke. 
Ward 6. — Albion J. Dudley. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Gustavus A. Gerry, President. 

Ward 1. — William A. Hodge, Wm. A. Wright, Jacob Baron, Rol- 

lin C. Downs. 
Ward 2. — Andrew F. Jewett, George H. Whitmore, Julian V. 

Keyes, Chester W. Rugg. 
Ward 3. — Edward C. Rice, Frederick T. North, James N. Pink- 
ham, Oliver W. Smith. 
Ward 4. — Benj. L. Googins, Alfred Scott, Thomas F. Burgess, 

Benjamin Walker. 
Ward 5. — Robert H. Butcher, John T. Lee, George L. Huntoon, 

Jonathan Johnson. 
Ward 6. — Gustavus A. Gerry, Luke C. Dodge, Charles A. Kim 

ball, Alfred H. Chase. 
City Clerk. — John H. McAlvin. Chosen in Convention of the City 

Council, on the first Monday in January. 
Clerk of Common Council. — George Gardner. Chosen on the first 

Monday in January. 
Messenger. — Calvin Philbrick. Appointed on the first Monday of 

January, by Mayor and Aldermen. 
City Treasurer and Collector. — Thomas G. Gerrish. 
Auditor of Accounts. — George Gardner. 
Superintendent of Streets. — Wilder Bennett. 
Civil Engineer. — Richard W. Baker. 
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290 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Librarian of City Library. — George C. Edwards 

City Solicitor. — Tappan Wentworth. Office, Wentworth's Building. 

City Physician and Superintendent of Burials. — George E. Pinkham. 
Office, Central, corner Jackson. 

Superintendent of Public Buildings. — Lorenzo G. Howe. 

Assessors of Taxes. — Caleb M. Marvel, Chairman. Joseph B. V. 
Coburn, Joel Powers, Darius Whithed, Wm. Lamson, jr. 

Surveyors of Highways. — J. G. Peabody, Mayor. Alderman, Josiah 
Gates, and Councilman, Alfred H. Chase. 

Overseers of the Poor. — J. G. Peabody, Mayor. Josiah Gates and 
Charles W. Dodge, Aldermen. Jacob Baron, J. V. Keyes, E. C. 
Rice, B. L. Googins, J. Johnson, L. C. Dodge, Common Council- 
men. The regular meetings of the Board are held at the Alms- 
house, on the last day of each month. 

Superintendent of the Almshouse. — Lorenzo Phelps. 

City Marshal. — Bickford Lang. Office, west end of Market House 
Building. 

Day Police. — Jesse Huse, Benj. G. Mooney. 

Police Officers and Watchmen. — Levi Brown, Captain of the Night 
Police. Moses D. Barker, Allen P. Bickford, Theophilus C. Blais- 
dell, Abel C. Chase, John Coleman, Alfred Day, John Dougherty, 
Wm. P. Farrington, David H. Goodhue, Jesse Huse, Thomas In- 
galls, Wm. M. Lee, Isaac L. Libby, B. G. Mooney, Charles H. 
Rundlett, James W. Sheffield, Daniel H. Sinclair, David S. Spauld- 
ing, Joseph Upton. 

Constables. — Bickford Lang, Calvin Philbrick, Thomas W. Pressey, 
Daniel G. Greenleaf, Josiah Hubbard, Owen McNamara. 

Health Commissioner. — Bickford Lang. 

Truant Officers. — Bickford Lang, Jesse Huse, B. G. Mooney. 

Tithinginen. — The Marshal and Police Force. 

Janitor of Huntington and Jackson Halls. — John Wheeler. 

Surveyors of Lumber. — Abner Frost, Lorenzo G. Howe, James N. 
Morse, Joshua M. Hadley, Stephen C. Davis, Luther Smith, Geo. 
W. Kelley. 

Fence Viewers. — Lorenzo Phelps, J. M. Hadley, Isaac Page. 

Field Drivers. — Bickford Lang, Simon Kinsman, Daniel S. Barry, 
James Carley, David Whitney, George Webster. 

Pound Keeper. — Thomas Simpson. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures. — John A. Knowles, jr. Office, 
Mechanics' Mills. 

City Crier. — James V. Atkinson. Office, 118 Middlesex Street. 

Weigher of Hay and other articles. — Horace Howard, jr. Office, 
Thorndike, corner Western Avenue. 

Measurers of Upper Leather. — Willard A. Brown, John Q. A. Hub- 
bard, Nathaniel W. Frye, George W. Eaton. 

Measurers of Grain. — Samuel N. Wood, William E. Livingston, 
Edwin Lamson. 

Surveyors of Plastering, Brick or Stone Work, and Painting. — Rich- 
ard W. Baker, Joshua M. Hadley, Luther Smith, Cyrus Latham. 

Inspector of Milk. — George E. Stanley. Office, 8 Jackson. 

Inspector of Bale or Bundle Hay. — James Howard, at City Scales. 

Weigher of Coal. — James Howard, at City Scales. 

Agent for the Sale of Pure Liquors. — Charles R. Kimball, corner 
Central and Merrimac Streets. 

Undertakers. — Calvin T. Chamberlin, Terrence Hanover, Ansel P. 
Lesure, J. W. Brooks. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 291 

Superintendent of City Scales. — James Howard. 

Measurers of Wood and Bark, brought hy water or railroad into the 
City. — Luther Smith, Abner Frost, James Howard. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Accounts. — Aldermen, Dodge and Sargent. Messrs. Walker, 
North, and Baron. 

On Claims. — Aldermen, Brown and Hooke. Messrs. Jewett, Kim- 
ball, and Pinkham. 

On Commons. — The Mayor, and Alderman Gates. Messrs. North, 
Huntoon, and Whitmore. 

On Finance. The Mayor. Messrs. Gerry, Chase, and Keyes. 

On Fire Department. Aldermen Southwick and Dudley. Messrs. 
Dodge, Lee, and Wright. 

On Lands and Buildings. Aldermen Plimpton and Hooke. Messrs. 
Googins, Smith, and Butcher. 

On Military Affairs. — The Mayor, Aldermen Sargent and Dodge. 
Messrs. Hodge, Keyes, Rice, Scott, Huntoon, and Chase. 

On Printing. — The Mayor, and Alderman Plimpton. Messrs. Bur- 
gess, Downs, and Butcher. 

On Public Instruction. — Aldermen Hooke and Brown. Messrs. Whit- 
more, Jewett, and Walker. 

On Sewers and Drains. — Aldermen Sargent and Dudley. Messrs. 
Rugg, Scott, and Hodge. 

On Streets. — Aldermen Gates and Southwick. Messrs. Chase, Bur- 
gess, and Johnson. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE ALDERMEN. 

On Bills in Second Reading. — Aldermen Sargent and Dudley. 

On Enrollment. — Aldermen Brown and Hooke.* 

On Licenses. — The Mayor, and Aldermen Dodge and Southwick. 

On Lighting. — The Mayor, and Aldermen Sargent and Hooke. 

On Police and Police Stations. — The Mayor, and Aldermen Plimp- 
ton and Dodge. 

On Repairs of Streets. — The Mayor, and Aldermen Gates and South- 
wick. 

On Setting Trees. — The Mayor, and A Iderman Gates. 

On Weights and Measures. — Aldermen Dudley and Brown. 

STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 

On Bills in Second Reading. — Messrs. Wright, North, and Scott. 

On Enrollment. — Messrs. Pinkham, Rugg, and Chase. 

On Elections. — Messrs. Lee, Smith, and Dodge. 

On Internal Health. — Messrs. Kimball, Whitmore, and Butcher. 



WARD OFFICERS -- 1866. 

Ward L — Warden, Isaac T. Gage. Clerk, Lucius W. Huntington." 
Inspectors, Frank E. Jewett, E. B. Collins, John Wiley. 

Ward 2. — Warden, Joseph V. B. Coburn. Clerk, Henry V. Bar- 
nard. Inspectors, Jona. G. Lawrence, Eli B. Carlton, Wm. H. 
French. 

Ward 3. — Warden, Alfred Gilman. Clerk, Wm. Lamson, jr. In- 
spectors, George B. Goodale, Horace Ela, Oliver Lord. 



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Ward 4. — Wa^-den, Joseph S. Grush. Clerk, James G. Buttrick. 
Inspectors, John G. Crockett, Daniel W. Home, Marshall Whithed. 

Ward 5. — Warden, George S. Cheney. Clerk, Artemas B. Wood- 
worth. Inspectors, Albert W. Burnham, Daniel C. Eaton, Shef- 
field H. Wright. 

Ward 6. — Warden, Andrew J. Stackpole. Clerk, Frank W. 
Whittredge. Inspectors, E. S. Hosmer, Asa V. Hill, Johnson 
Whiteside. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE — 1866. 

J. G. Peabody, Mayor, and G. A. Gerry, President of Common 
Council, ex-officiis. 



Term expires January, 1867. 

Ward 1. — J. Oramel Peck. 
Ward 2. — S. W. Stickney. 
Ward 3. — John F. Frye.' 
Ward 4. — Charles Kimball. 
Ward 5. — George F. Warren. 
Ward 6. — John A. Goodwin. 



Te7-7n expires January, 1868. 

Ward 1. — J. W. B. Shaw. 
Ward 2. — Daniel P. Gage. 
Ward 3. — Joshua Merrill. 
Ward 4. — John Davis. 
• Ward 5. — Geo. N. Webber. 
Ward 6. — Luther E. Shepard. 



J. G. Peabody, Chairman. 
Samuel W. Stickney, Vice Chairman. 
Abner J. Phipps, Secretary. 
Superintendent of Public Schools. — Abner J. Phipps. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On AccouTits. — Messrs. Peabody, Gerry, Stickney, Frye, and Shaw. 

On School-houses. — Messrs. Peabody, Gerry, Merrill, Davis, and 
Gage. 

On Teacher's. — Messrs. Warren, Goodwin, Frye, Webber, and Shep- 
ard. 

On Reports. — Messrs. GoodAvin, Peck, Webber, Shepard, and Gage. 

On Books. — Messrs. Kimball, Stickney, Warren, Frye, Davis, and 
Shaw. 

SUB-COMMITTEES. 

GusTAVUS A. Gerry. — High School. Primaries 2, 13, 20. 
J. Oramel Peck. — High School. Primaries 12, 23, 26. 
J. W. B. Shaw. — High School. Primaries 40, 43, 45. 
Samuel W. Stickney. — Green School. Primaries 1, 3, 8, 29. 
Daniel P. Gage. — Varnum. Primaries, 46, 47, 48. 
John F. Frye. — High School. Primaries 4, 18, 19, 39. 
Joshua Merrill. — Colburn. Primaries 7, 9, 21, 30, 33, 42. 
Charles Kimball. — Edson. Primaries 5, 15, 31. 
John Davis. — Franklin. Primaries 17, 24, 28, 34. 
George F. Warren. — Mann. Primaries 10, 11, 22, 32, 44. 
George N. Webber. — Bartlett. Primaries 36, 38. 
John a. Goodwin. — High School. Primaries 27, 37, 41. 
Luther E. Shepard. — Moody. Primaries 14, 25, 35. 



Office of the Superintendent of Public Schools. 
ment Building. 



■In City Govern- 



LOWELL DIRECTOEY. 293 

g^ Office Hours. — Half hour before and after morning session. 
Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, from 2 to 3 o'clock. 

f^^ Regular Meetings of this Board. — On the last Monday in each 
month, at 7 1-2 o'clock, p. m. 

CITY SCHOOL LIBRARY. 

Directors. — The Mayor and President of the Common Council, ex- 
officiis, and the following persons, chosen by concurrent vote : — 



Ward 1. — Jacob Rogers. 
Ward 2. — Wm. G. Morse. 
Ward 3. — Sam'l A. McPhetres. 



Ward 4. — John A. Buttrick. 
Ward 5. — Chas. Hubbard. 
Ward 6. — George Wilkins. 

Librarian. — George C. Edwards. Chosen by concurrent vote, in 
January. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 

High School, Anne and Kirk Streets. 

Charles C. Chase, Principal. James S. Russell, Teacher of Mathe- 
matics. Joseph H. McDaniels, Gorham D. Williams, Mary A. Web- 
ster, Elizabeth S. Russell, Assistants. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Bartlett School, Clark Street. 

Samuel Bement, Principal. Marianna B. Kent, Mary E. Pike, Caro- 
line E. Holt, Marietta Melvin, Mary C. Gardner, Sabra Wright, 
Sophia P. Wetherbee, Assistants. 

CoLBURN School, Lawrence Street. 

Fidelia O. Dodge, Principal. Elizabeth W. Frost, Susan M. An- 
drews, Assistants. 

Edson School, Highland Street. 

Perley Balch, Principal. Harriet C. Hovey, Mary F. Carleton, Mary 
F. Dana, Olive W. Beane, Maria C. Richardson, Anna A. Sargent, 
Mary A. Balch, AssLftants. 

Franklin School, Branch, corner Middlesex Street. 

Amos B. Heywood, Principal. Mary F. Hopkins, Elizabeth W. 
Clement, Sarah C. Weymouth, Assistants. 

Green School, Middle Street. 

Charles Morrill, Principal. Mary E. Wight, Ellen S. Burrell, Ger- 
trude Sheldon, Jennie H. Dennis, Assistants. 

Mann School, Lewis Street. 

Samuel A. Chase, Principal. Eliza A. D. Tapley, Laura F. Howe, 
Assistants. 

Moody -School, East Merrimac Street. 

Joseph Peabody, Principal. Helen A. Haggett, Emma A. Battles, 
Sarah E. Bailey, Francis A. Holden, Diana M. Huntoon, Assistants, 



2&4 LOWELL DIEECTORY. 

Varnum Schooi., Myrtle Street. 

Daniel P. Galloupe, Principal. Harriet Bradley, Sarah A. Brad- 
ley, Abby M. Edgell, Assistants. 

All the Grammar Schools are graded. 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

No. Location. Teachers. 

No. 1. — Middle Street, Antoinette "Wight. 

No. 2. — School Street, Lucy Anne Hill. 

No. 3. — Paige Street, Stella A. Tullock. 

No. 4. — Chapel Street, Lucy F. Carleton. 

No. 5. — Elliott Street, Elizabeth A. Stearns 

No. 7. — Chapel Street,. Frances E. Moore. 

No. 8. — Worthen Street, E. T. Dickerman. 

No. 9. — Church Street, Martha S. Williams. 

No. 10. — Merrimac Street, Martha A. Neale. 

No. 11. — Cross Street, , Emma R. Welch. 

No. 12. — Tilden Street, Eliza Merriam. 

No. 13. — Carter Street, Fanny M. Wilkins. 

No. 14. — High Street, Adaline Rea. 

No. 15. — Middlesex Street, Mary A. Tapley. 

No. 17. — Branch Street, H. H. Currier. 

No. 18. — Central Street, Eliza Cowley. 

No. 19. — Charles Street, Laura J. Pindar. 

No. 20. — Carter Street, Martha L. Wilkins. 

No. 21. — Chapel Street, Sarah L. Gates. 

No. 22. — Lewis Street, Anna E. Richardson. 

No. 23. — Tilden Street, Nellie L. Ashworth. 

No. 24. — Howard Street, Ellen A. Bridge. 

No. 25. — High Street, Fanny E. Lawson. 

No. 26. — Salem Street, Nellie M. Brown. 

No. 27. — Lawrence Street, Charlotte S. Kaime. 

No. 28. — Grand Street Emily M. Warren. 

No. 29. — Middle Street, Jane E. Horner. 

No. 30. — Elliott Street, Mary E. Hardman. 

No. 31. — Powell Street, Abby D. Gates. 

No. 32. — Adams Street, Ellen F. Coughlan. 

No. 33. — Lawrence Street, Maria Osgood. 

No. 34. — Branch Street, Lizzie S. Lowe. 

No. 35. — East Merrimac Street, Aurelia L. Howe. 

No. 36. — Moody Street, Mary A. Beard. 

No. 37. — Fayette Street, Lucretia A. Day. 

No. 38. — Cabot Street, Mary O. Kidder. 

No. 39. — Charles Street, Isabella E Horner. 

No. 40. — Rock Street, Sarah P. Peaslee. 

No. 41. — Fayette Street, Mary E. AVay. 

No. 42. — Lawrence Street, Etta Frye. 

No. 43. — Cross Street, Mary F. Cummiskey. 

No. 44. — Lewis Street, M. L. Hill. 

No. 45. — Rock Street, Ellen M. White. 

No. 46. — Fourth Street, Mary E. Page. 

No. 47. — Myrtle Street, Miranda W. Bradley. 

No. 48. — Coburn Street, S. Fanny Nealley. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer. — Weare Clifford. Salary, $500. 
Assistant Engineers. — William W. Bates, Cyrus E. Luscomb, Chas. 
H. Arlen, Samuel W. Taylor. Secretary., John C. Hall. 

ENGINE COMPANIES. 
Excelsior No. 1. — Central, opposite Union Street. 

Abram Shephard, Foreman. Christopher J. Thomas, Assistant Fore 
man. James H. Knights, Clerk. 

Tiger No. 5. — Colburn Street. 

John S. Ellenwood, Foreman. Henry W. Burton, Assistant Fore- 
man. Ward S. Dudley, Clerk. 

Mazeppa, No. 10. — Fayette Street. 

Edward B. Collins, Foreman. James Piatt, Assistant Foreman. Hor- 
ace D. Woodbury, Clerk. 

Torrent Steamer, No. 2. — Middlesex, near Grand Street. 

Weight, 6,200 pounds. Charles W. Marriott, Foreman. Augustus 
C. Stearns, Assistant Foreman. Daniel D. Caverly, Clerk. Geo. 
W. Austin, Engineer. 

Wamesit Steamer, No. 3. — Warren, near Central Street. 

Weight, 9,565 pounds. Samuel Whittemore, Foreman. George F. 
Nowell, Assistant Foreman. George F. Salmon, Clerk. Torrey 
E. Stratton, Engineer. 

Franklin Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. — Middle Street. 

John G. Crockett, Foreman. Hiram N. Hall, Assistant Foreman. ■ 
Julius C. Jackow, Clerk. 

Ocean Hose Company, No. 1. ^Warren Street. 

William S. Prescott, Foreman. Charles C. Foote, Assistant Foreman. 
George Quant, Clerk. 

There is included in the Fire Department, Rocket Engine, No. 2, at 
Ayer's City. Engine No. 12, on Fourth Street. Deluge Engine, 
No. 14, on Carter Street. Fire King, No. 6, at the Almshouse, 
which are manned, when needed, by volunteer companies. 

At the date of the last report of the Chief Engineer (March 31, 
1865), there were belonging to the Department, 7 engineers, 196 
firemen, 10 engines (including two steamers), 11,000 feet of leading 
hose (2,100 not considered reliable), 250 feet of suction hose, 11 
hose-carriages, 93 buckets, 8 hooks, 27 ladders, &c. The corpora- 
tions have 18,500 feet of hose and 350 force pumps. The city has 
13 reservoirs and 70 hydrants, and 16,950 feet of water pipe laid 
through different streets. 

There is connected with the Fire Department a Firemen's Fund As- 
sociation, intended to relieve firemen, who may be in need of assist- 
ance. The Trustees for 1865-6 are Chief Engineer Clifford, As- 
sistant Engineer Hall, and the Foreman and Assistant Foreman of 
each Company. 



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CHTJIICHES. 



Kirk Street Church (Orthodox). Organized, May 21, 1845. 
Rev. Amos Blanchard, D. D., Pastor. 

Appleton Street Church (Orthodox). Organized, December, 
1830. Rev. , Pastor. M. Heminway, Clerk. 

First Congregational Church (Orthodox). Merrimac, above 
Worthen St. Organized, 1826. Rev. George N. Webber, Pastor. 

John Street Congregational Church (Orthodox). Organ- 
ized, May 9, 1839. Rev. , Pastor. J. C. Wing, Clerk. 

R. C. Lord, Sexton. 

High Street Church (Orthodox). East Merrimac. Organ- 
ized, 1846. Rev. Owen Street, Pastor. E. Brown, Clerk. S. B. 
Simonds, Sexton. 

First Baptist Church (Baptist). Church Street. Organized, 
February 8, 1826. Rev. Wm. E. Stanton, Pastor. H. W. Tinker 
Clerk. Samuel Coburn, Sexton. 

Worthen Street Church (Baptut). Organized, 1831. Rev. 
George F. Warren, Pastor. A. B. Watson, Sexton. 

First Free- Will Baptist Church (Free-Will Baptist). Paige 
Street. Organized, 1833. Rev. J. B. Drew, Pastor. A. L. Rus- 
sell, Treasurer. Joseph Fields, Sexton. 

Worthen Street Church (Methodist Episcopal). Organized, 
1841. Rev. J. Oramel Peck, Pastor. Henry Healey, Clerk. J. 
G. Jewett, Sexton. 

Central Church (Methodist Episcopal). John, corner Paige. 
Organized, April, 1854. Rev. Andrew McKeown, Pastor. N. J. 
Bacheller, Secretary. George W. Fullerton, Sexton. 

St. Paul's Methodist-Episcopal Church (Methodist Episco- 
pal). Hurd Street. Organized, 1826. Rev. Samuel F. Upham, 
Pastor. Wm. T. Whitten, Clerk. T. F. Day, Sexton. 

Free Chapel. Middlesex Street. Rev. Horatio Wood, Minister 
at Large. 

First Universalist Church (Universalist). Corner of Central 
and Green Streets. Organized, July, 1827. Rev. J. J. Twiss, 
Pastor. 

Second Universalist Church (Universalist). Corner of Mar- 
ket and Shattuek Streets. Organized, 1838. Rev. John G. Adams, 
Pastor. 

Church op the First Unitarian Society (Unitarian). Mer- 
rimac Street. Organized, 1832. Rev. , Pastor. 

St. Anne's Church (Episcopal). Merrimac Street. Organized, 
February 26, 1824. Rev. Theodore Edson, D. D., Rector. O. E. 
Gushing, Clerk. Joseph Carson, Sexton. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 297 

St. John's Church (Episcopal). Gorham Street, north of the' 
Court-house. Organized, 1860. Rev. Charles L. Hutchins, Rec- 
tor. Henry P. Webb, Clerk. 

St. Patrick's Church (Roman Catholic). Fenwick Street. 
Rev. John O'Brien, Pastor. 

St. Peter's Church (Ro)na7i Catholic). Corner of Gorham and 
Appleton Streets. Rev. Peter Crudden, Pastor. 

Lowell Sabbath School Union. Organized, July 4, 1836. 
The members are the pastors of the evangelical Churches, superin- 
tendents and teachers of the several Sabbath Schools. An annual 
meeting is held in Huntin?ton Hall, and quarterly meetings in 
churches. Officers for 186.5-6 : Rev. Moses A. Johnson, Presi- 
dent. Alfred Gilman, Vice-President. Frederick T. North, Secre- 
tary/. Dennis P. Bates, Treasurer. 

MISCELLANEOUS ASSOCIATIONS. 

CITY LIBRARY. — See City School Library, on page 293. 

CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' UNION. 

Meet every Monday evening, at 49 Central Street. 

George W. Adams, President. Benjamin A. Smith, Vice-President. 
Oliver Lord, Recording Secretary. Charles Griffin, Treasurer. 

MACHINISTS' AND BLACKSMITHS' UNION. 

Meet every Tuesday evening, at 49 Central Street. 

Henry M. Thompson, President. Wm. H. Ramsdell, Vice-President. 
Aaron C. Stone, Recording Secretary. Amos Fillmore, Treasurer. 

MIDDLESEX MECHANICS' ASSOCIATION. 

Mechanics' Building, Dutton Street. Incorporated, 1825. 

George F. Richardson, President. Frank P. Appleton, Vice-Presi- 
dent. Thomas F. Burgess, ^ecreCaj-y. Jacob Rogers, 7Veastn-er. Wm. 
A. Burke, Andrew Moody, Foster Nowell, E. B. Patch, James K. 

Fellows, F. E. Jewett, James Adams, Trustees. , Chair- 

man. Silas Tyler, jr., Secretari/. Benj. Walker, Chas. H. Bur- 
bank, James B. Francis, F. F. Battles, Silas Tyler, jr., George F. 
Richardson, ex-officio, Directors of the Lib7-arj/ and Reading-room. 
William Hardman, Librarian. The Association owns Mechanics' 
Building, in which is a large hall. Their Library contains over 
9,000 volumes, and there is in the building a spacious Reading- 
room. There is also connected with it a Cabinet of Natural His- 
tory. A course of public lectures is given annually, under the au- 
spices of the Association. Annual meeting, first Tuesday in April. 
Quarterly meetings, first Tuesday in July, October, and January. 

LOWELL CEMETERY. 

South part of citj'. 

Oliver M. Whipple, President. Joshua Merrill, S. K. Hutchinson, 
Edward F. Watson, Stephen Cushing, Charles Hovey, Samuel 



298 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Burbank, Paul Perkins, S. W. Stickney, John L. Cheney, Andrew 
Moody, William A. Burke, Isaac Place, Trustees. Alfred Gilman, 
Clerk and Treasurer. William M. Smith, Superintendent. Price 
of Lots, $35. 

LOWELL DISPENSARY. 

Organized in 1836, for the purpose of furnishing medicine and medi- 
cal advice to the poor gratis. James G. Carney, Chairman of 
Board of Managers. George J. Carney, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Physicians. — Dr. J. W. Persons, Northern District. Dr. George H. 
Whitmore, Southern District. Consulting Physicians. — Drs. J. O. 
Green, C. A. Savory. 

LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. 

This is an Association of past-members of the Lowell High School. 
They hold an annual levee in July of each year. Organized, 1863. 
Regular annual meeting holden first Thursday of January, in each 
year, at 7 1-2 o'clock, p. M. President, Benjamin F. Butler. Vice- 
President, Edward F. Sherman. Secretary and Treasurer, Albert 
W. Burnham. 

LOWELL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION. 
Hospital, Merrimac, corner Pawtucket. 

Organized in 1840, by the several manufacturing companies for the 
benefit and medical care of those in their employ who may be sick. 
The agents or superintendents of the several companies are the 
Trustees. Gilman Kimball, M. D., Physician and Superintendent. 

LOWELL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Nathan Crosby, President. Isaac Holden and Josiah Gates, Vice- 
Presidents. Joshua Merrill, Treasurer. William Hardman, Secre- 
tary. Charles Kimball, J. G. Peabody, D. G. Lang, J. P. Jewett, 
Edward Sheppard, John W. Smith, Trustees. 

LOWELL IRISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
Hail, in Appleton Block. 

Organized for benevolent purposes. Regular meetings, fii-st Monday 
in the month. John McCarty, President. James McDermot, Sec- 
retary. Officers elected annually. 

LOWELL MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 
Free Chapel, Middlesex Street. 

Organized, 1843, for the purpose of aiding the worthy poor of the 
city. Office hours, from 4 to 5 o'clock, p. M. Order-box at the 
door. Oificm-s, 1866. — F. P. Appleton, President. Sidney 
Spaulding, Peter Anderson, Daniel S. Richardson, E. B. Patch, J. 
F. Kimball, W. P. Brazer, Directors. C. B. Coburn, Secretary. 
Edward Tufts, Treasurer. Rev. Horatio Wood, Minister at Large. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 299 

SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME. 

Adams Street, near St. Patrick's Church. 

Lady Superior, Lady Diseree, assisted by several Sisters and teachers. 
There is connected with the institution a free school ; also a school, 
where pay is required from pupils. 

YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
Hall, 55 Central Street. 

Organized for the literary improvement of its members. Regular 
meetings, Wednesday evenings. John Dinnar, Librarian. Officers 
chosen semi-annually. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION. 

Plymouth Rock Lodge. — Instituted, March 2, 1859. Meets 
every Wednesday evening in the Wamesit Bank Building, corner 
of Middlesex and Thorndike Streets. 

COUNTY OR DISTRICT ASSOCIATIONS. 

MIDDLESEX NORTH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
Incorporated, 1855. 

Embraces the city of Lowell, and towns of Billerica, Burlington, 
Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, North Reading, South Reading, 
Tewksbury, Tyngsboro', Westfbrd and Wilmington, though persons 
from any part of ^liddlesex County can become members of the So- 
ciety. The exhibition of the Society takes place annually the last 
Thursday in September, on the Fair Grounds, comprising about 
fifteen acres, in the southern part of the city of Lowell. Officers 
for 1865-6 : — James T. Burnap, Dunstable, President. T. Butter- 
field, Tyngsboro', George W. Coburn, Dracut, Charles F. Flint, 
North Reading, Joshua Clark, Tewksbury, Vice-Presidents. Abner 
W. Buttrick, Lowell, Treasurer. Henry P. Perkins, Lowell, Secre- 
tary. There are two Trustees from each town in the District, the 
Lowell members being William E. Livingston and Charles H. Wild- 
er. Annual election, second Tuesday in December. 

MIDDLESEX NORTH DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Embraces the city of Lowell and several of the towns in its vicinity. 
Officers for 1865-6: Jolm C. Bartlett, Chelmsford, President. 
Jonathan Brown, Tewksbury, Vice-President. George H. Whit- 
more, Lowell, Secretary. N. B. Edwards, Chelmsford, Treasurer. 
J. P. Jewett, Lowell, Curator and Librarian. John O. Green, 
Lowell, Com. of Trials. Lowell is represented in the other offices 
by J. P. Jewett. I. W. Scribner, and P. P. Campbell, Standing 
Committee. Charles A. Savory, John C. Bartlett, Edward A. Per- 
kins, and Austin Marsh, Counsellors. Charles A. Savory, John 
Brown, Levi Howard, Harlin Pillsbur} , Censors. Annual meeting, 
last Wednesda}- in April. Quarterly meetings, last Wednesdays in 
July, October, and January. 



300 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



MIDDLESEX NORTH TEMPERANCE UNION. 

Compi-ising Lowell and the neighboring towns. Meetings are held 
quarterly in some place within the district, at which there are ad- 
dresses and discussions. Officers for 1865-6 ■: — J. J. Twiss, Presi- 
dent. G. A. Gerry, Secretary. Joshua Merrill, Treasurer. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Golden Rule Lodge, N. 87 I. O. G. Templars. 

Organized, 1866. 

Meet every Wednesday evening at Barristers' Hall. William H. Bat- 
tersly, Newell B. Scott, and J. A. Langford, Irustees. 

Arena Temperance Association. 
Middle Street. 
Jeremiah Crowlej', President. Dennis Leonard, Treasurer. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 
Hall in Tyler's Block, Central Street, corner Market. 

Meetings held : Merrimac Lodge, No. 7, Monday evenings. Me- 
chanics' Lodge, No. 11, Friday evenings. Oberlin Lodge, No. 28^ 
Tuesday evenings. Monomake Encampment, No. 4, second and 
fourth Thursday evenings in each month. 

MASONIC. 

[Hall in Nesmith's Block, John Street. Officers elected in Octoher.^ 

Massachusetts So v.-. Consistory, S.-. P.- R.-. S.-. 

Instituted, 1859. 

William Sutton, of Salem, /.-. S.: C: in C: Wm. North, of Lowell, 
l.s< Lieutenunl-Commander. Joseph Bedlow, of Lowell, 2d Lieu- 
tenant-Commander. Joel Spalding, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Mount Calvary Chapter, Rose Croix, 18°. 
W. F. Salmon, M.: W.-. ^ P.: M.: 

Lowell Council, Princes of Jerusalem, 16° 
William S. Gardner, M.: E.: S.: P.: G.: M.: 

Lowell Grand Lodge of Perfection, 14° 
S. K. Hutchinson, 7'.-. P.: G.: M.: 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 301 

Pilgrim ExfAMrMKNT Knights Templars. 
Instituted, October, 1855. 
William F. Salmon, E. Grand Commander. Samuel D. Sargeant, 
Generalissimo. Samuel T. Lancaster, Captain-General. J. P. 
Folsom, Treasurer. H. P. Perkins, Recorder. Meetings, Wednes- 
day evening after full moon. 

Ahasuerus Council of Royal and Select Masters. 
Re-organized, December 23, 1856. 
S. K. Hutchinson, T. I. G. M. R. J. Walker, R. I. G. M. S. K. 
Fielding, /. G. M. William North, M. of Ex. E. B. Howe, R. 
Meetings, Monday evening after full moon. 

Mount Horeb Royal Arch Chapter. 
Chartered, 1826. 
Hiram N. Hall, H. P. Albion J. Dudley, K. Charles Morrill, S. 
J. P. Folsom, Treasurer. R. W. Baker, Secretary. Meetings, 
Monday evening on or before each full moon. 

Pkntucket Lodge. 

Listituted, 1805. 

F. T. North, W. M. R. J. Walker, .S'. Ward. Oliver Ober, /. 
Ward. Isaac Cooper, Treasurer. Eliphalet Hills, Secretary. 
Meetings, Thursday evening on or before full moon. 

Ancient York Lodge. 

Instituted, 1852. 

Sager Ashworth, W. M. H. P. Perkins, S. Ward. A. J. Dudley, 
/. Ward. J. C. Abbott, Treasurer. R. W. Baker, Secretary. 
Meetings, Wednesday evening on or before full moon. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency. — William A. Richai'dson, Cam- 
bridge. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency. — Joseph H. Tyler, East Cam- 
bridge . 

Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency. — I. F. Jones, East Cam- 
bridge. 

District Attorney. — Isaac S. Morse, East Cambridge. 

Clerk of the Courts. — Benjamin F. Ham, East Cambridge. 

AssistoM Clerk. — John J. Sawyer, Somerville. 

County Treasurer. — Amos Stone, Charlestown. 

Register of Deeds. — Northern District, Asahel B. Wright, Lowell. 
Southern District, Charles B. Stevens, East Cambridge. 

County Co7nnmsioners. — Leo. Huntress, Tewksbury, Chairman. Ed- 
ward J. Collins, Newton, Joseph H. Waitt, Maiden. 

Special Commissioners. — Benjamin K. Haven, Framingham. William 
W. Edgarton, Shirley. 

Overseers of House of Correction. — James M. Usher, Medford. S. 
Chandler, Lexington. Thomas Rice, jr., Newton. 

Master House of Correction. — Charles J. Adams, Cambrido-e. 

Sheriff. — Charles Kimball, Lowell. 



302 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Luther L. Parker, East Cambridge. James P. 

Richardson, Cambridge. Lowell W. Chamberlin, Charlestown. 

John B. Moore, Concord. Joseph G. Bannister, Framingham. 

Charles H. Robinson, Feltonville. Andrew Robbins, Groton. Benj. 

L. Howe, Groton Junction. Jonathan Whitteniore, Hopkinton. 

Jefferson Bancroft, Wm. H. Clemence, James Hopkins, Lowell. 

John H. Clark, Melrose. John T. White, Medford. Daniel B. 

Lovejoy, Reading. B. F. Lewis, Townsend. Eben W. Fiske, 

Waltham. Horace CoUamore, Woburn. 
Jailors. — Cambridge, Charles J. Adams. Concord, Samuel Staples. 

Lowell, Charles Kimball. 
Messengers at Court Houses. — East Cambridge, John C. Burdakin. 

Concord, Samuel Staples. Lowell, James Hurd. 



TIMES AND PLACES OF HOLDING COURTS. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Law Term, at Boston, first Wednesday of January. Jury Term, at 
Lowell, third Tuesday of April. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Civil Terms, at Lowell, second Monday of March and first Monday of 
September ; Concord, first Monday of June; Cambridge, second 
Monday of December. Criminal Terms, at Cambridge, second 
Monday of February ; Concord, fourth Monday of June ; Lowell, 
third Monday of October. 

PROBATE COURT. 

At Cambridge, second and fourth Tuesdays of January, second and 
fourth Tuesdays of February, second and fourth Tuesdays of March, 
second and fourth Tuesdays of April, second Tuesday of May, sec- 
ond Tuesday of June, second and fourth Tuesdays of August, sec- 
ond Tuesday of September, second Tuesday of October, second and 
fourth Tuesdays of November, second and fourth Tuesdays of De- 
cember. At Lowell, first Tuesday of February, first Tuesday of 
April, first Tuesday of June, first Tuesday of September, and first 
Tuesday of December. At Concord, fiist Tuesday of January, first 
Tuesday of March, first Tuesday of May, and first Tuesday of Oc- 
tober. At Framingham, fourth Tuesday of June, and fourth Tues- 
day of October. At Groton, fourth Tuesday of May, and fourth 
Tuesday of September. 

INSOLVENCY COURT. 

At Cambridge, second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, except 
July. At Concord and Lowell, when the Probate Court is held in 
those places. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETINGS. 

At Cambridge, first Tuesday of January. At Concord, first Tuesday, 
of June. At Lowell, first Tuesday of September. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 303 



POLICE COURT OF LOWELL. 

Room, west end of Mai-ket Building, Market Street. Established, 
1833. Nathan Crosby, Justice^ Geortre Stevens, Andrew^ F. 
Jewett, Special Justices. Samuel P. Hadley, jr., Clerk. Sessions 
are held for the trial of criminal cases every day, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 
Civil terms, first and third Mondays of each month. 



CIVIL OFFICERS. 

Masters in Chancer]/. — Arthur P. Bonney, William S. Gardner. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Officers. — A. R. Brown, Nathan 
Crosby, John F. Rogers, George Stevens, S. W. Stickney. 

Notaries Public. — Edwin A. Alger, John A. Knowles, Joseph H. 
Ely, David Hyde, S. W. Stickney, Abel Whitney, Charles M. Wil- 
liams. 

Coroners. — Jeremiah P. Jewett (special), Thomas W. Pressey. 

Justices of the Peace and Quorum throughout the Commonwealth. — Ar- 
thur P. Bonney, Benj. F. Butler, John A. Goodwin, Chauncey L. 
Knapp, John Nesmith, Josiah G. Peabody. 

Justices of the Peace and Quorum. — Edwin A. Alger, Jefferson Ban- 
croft, Alpheus R. Brown, Samuel A. Brown, Robert B. Caverly, 
H. G. F. Corliss, Nathan Crosby, William S. Gardner, Samuel P. 
Hadley, jr., John A. Knowles, Joseph B. Keyes, John F. McEvoy, 
Sewall G. Mack, Ephraim B. Patch, Edward F. Sherman, A. J. 
Stackpole, George Stevens, Theodore H. Sweetser, William P. 
Webster, Tappan Wentworth, G. D. Woodman. 

Justices of the Peace. — Julian Abbot, James C. Abbott, Joel A. Ab- 
bott, Horace J. Adams, Otis Allen, James C. Ayer, Frank F. Bat- 
tles, Wra. H. Bent, Charles R. Blaisdeil, Andrew Blood, Erastus 
Boyden, Artemus L. Brooks, Ethan Burnap, Walter Burnham, 
Abner W. Buttrick, John A. Buttrick, Jeremiah Clark, James 
Cook, Isaac Cooper, Charles Cowley, Joshua W. Daniels, John 
Davis, Erastus Douglass, Alpha B. Farr, James K. Fellows, James 
B. Francis, Abram French, Josiah B. French, Abner Frost, John 
F. Frye, Harrison II. Fuller, Robert J. Garrett, Gustavus A. Gerry, 
Silas F. Gladwin, Frederick T. Greenhalgh, Philip Hardy, Fred- 
eric Holton, James Hopkins, Hocum Hosford, Horace Howard, 
Charles F. Howe, James M. Howe, Lorenzo G. Howe, Samuel K. 
Hutchinson, Andrew F. Jewett, Jeremiah P. Jewett, J. Judson 
Judkins, Jonathan Kendall, Charles Kimball, J. Cliellis Kimball, 
John F.^ Kimball, Wm. Kittredge, Jonathan Ladd, William Lam- 
son, jr., BIckford Lang, Cyrus Latham, Ambrose Lawrence, Sam- 
uel Lawrence, James Loiighran, James J. Maguire, John F. Mana- 
han, Joshua N. Marshall, John B. McAlvin, John H. McAlvIn, 
Mugh McEvoy, John F. McEvoy, Darius Merriam, William G. 
Morse, William North, Francis H. Nourse, William F. Osgood, 
Paul Perkins, Albert B. Plimpton, Joel Powers, Samuel C. Pratt, 
Thomas W. Pressey, John W. Reed, Abel Richardson, Daniel S. 
Richardson, George F. Richardson, Augustus B. Roby, John F. 
Rogers, AVIllIam F. Salmon, Benjamin C. Sargeant, Stephen P. 
Sargent, George F. Sawtell, George F. Scribner, Luther E. Shep- 
ard, Sidney Spalding, Andrew J. Stackpole, Samuel W. Stickney, 
Holland Streeter, Charles A. F. Swan, Joshua Swan, Abraham 
Tilton, Joseph TUton, Edward Tuck, Frederick S. Tukey, Artemas 



304 LOWELL DIEECTORY. 

S. Tyler, Benjamin Walker, Edward F. Watson, Charles A. Welch, 
Oliver M. Whipple, Abel Whitney, Benjamin J. Williams, Charles 
M. Williams, John Willoughby, George D. Woodman, Andrew C. 
Wright, Asahel B. Wright, Hapgood Wright, John Wright. 
Cominissioners of other States, residing in Lowell. — California, Chas. 
A. F. Swan. Connecticut, Edwin A. Alger, Jonathan Ladd. In- 
diana, Jonathan Ladd. Illinois, Jonathan Ladd. Iowa, R. B. Cav- 
arly, Jonathan Ladd. Maine, Edwin A. Alger, Samuel A. Brown. 
R. B. Caverly, Samuel Lawrence, Charles A. F. Swan. Michigan, 
Jonathan Ladd. Minnesota, Jonathan Ladd. Nevada, Charles A. 
F. Swan. New Hampshire, Edwin A. Alger, John Davis, J. C. 
Kimball, Jonathan Ladd, Samuel LaAvrence, Charles A. F. Swan, 
William P. Webster, G. D. Woodman. New York, R. B. Caverly, 
Edwin A. Alger, Charles A. F. Swan. Ohio, Jonathan Ladd. 
Rhode Island, Charles A. F. Swan. Vermont, Alpheus R. Brown, 
Jonathan Ladd, Charles A. F. Swan, William P. Webster. Wis- 
consin, Jonathan Ladd. 

MILITARY. 

LOWELL MECHANIC PHALANX, 6th Regt., Co. C 

B. F. Goddard, Captain. Wm. B. McCurdy, \st Lieutenant. J. A. 
Richardson, Id Lieutenant. Albert Hamblet, Clerk. Charles A. 
Vinal, Armorer. Armory, Market Hall. 

LOWELL CITY GUARDS, 6th Regt., Co. D. 

James W. Hart, Captain. , 1st Lieutenant. Reuben H. 

Ditson, 2d Lieutenant. James S. Torsey, Clerk. Henry H. Coch- 
ran, Armorer. Armory, Market House. 

Co. G. 6th Regt. 

, Captain. Edward S. Wheeler, \si Lieutenant. George 

Stevens, 2d Lieutenant. Nathan S. Hosmer, Clerk. Armory, 
Jackson Hall. 

SIXTY- FIFTH UNATTACHED Co. M. V. M. 

Matthew Donovan, Captain. John O. Grady, \st Lieutenant. Dan- 
iel W. Manning, 2nd Lieutenant. Jolin GafFney, Clerk. Michael 
McDermott, Armorer. Armory, in Market Building. 



ADVEETISING DEPARTMENT. 305 

APPLETON NATIONAL BANK, 

CENTRAL STREET. 



Capital ----- $300,000. 

J. A. KNOWLES - - President 

J. B. KIMBALL - - - Cashier. 

S. E. STOTT - - - Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

WM. S. BENNETT, GEO. BRAGDON, 

ABNER W. BUTTRICK, ISAAC FARRINGTON, 
JOSIAH B. FRENCH, WM. L. NORTH, 

ADDISON PUTNAM, CHARLES B. RICHMOND, 

SIDNEY SPALDING. 

Annual Meeting, Second Tuesday in January. Dividends First Monday of April and 
October, Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

17. S. 7-30 Notes constantly on hand, and for Sale. 

Dividends payable in Boston collected without charge. 

Merchants' National Bank, 

MERCHANTS' BANK BUILDING, 

43 1-2 Merrimack Street. 
U. S. Depositary and Financial Agent of the United States. 

Capital, $300,000. 

Converted, September, 1864. 

HOCUM B[OSFOR.r>, President. 

JOHIV N. PIERCE, Jr., Casliiex'. 

HENRY P. WEBBER, Clerk. O. W. GAY, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

ROYAI. SOUTH WICK, AI.DEJV B. RICHARDSON, 

JOSEPH H. ELY, HORACE J. ADAMS, 

JOSHUA N. MARSHALL,, WILLIAM KELLEY. 

Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in Ja nuary. 



306 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

CENTRAL, COR. MIDDLE ST. 

ORGANIZED, 1864. 

CAPITAL - - - $250,000. 

AETHUE P. BOOTEY, President. 

GEOEGE F. HUNT, Oashier. 

GEOEGE B. ALLEN, Clerk. 

DIRKCTORS. 

James K. IPello-ws, Grilman. Kimball, 

James C Abbott, ^ Isaac I*lace» 

ICpliraim. Brown, Henry 'NL. Hooke, 

"W. H. I»arker, Samuel N. "Wood. 

DISCOUNT DAYS, TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 
ANNUAL ELECTION IN JANUARY. 

a7xa:3E3 oXjX^ 

LOWELL NATIONAL BANE, 

(FORMERLY THE LOW^EIili BANK.> 

BANKING ROOMS IN SAVINGS-BANK BUILDING, 

CORNER OF SHATTUCK & MIDDLE STS. 

Discount Days, Mondays and Thursdays. Annual Election, 
Third Tuesday of January. 

Incorporated a8 a State Bank, March 11, 1828. Authorized to commence business as 
a National Banking Association, June 22, 1865. 

CAPITAL, $200,000. 

EDWARD TUCK, President. 

CHARLES M. WILLIAMS, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS. 

Frederick Ayer, Willard A. Brown, Luther W. Faulkner, 

Jonathan I*. Folsom, Joel Spalding, Edward Tuv.k, 

John Waujjh, Phineas Whiting, William H, P, Wright- 



ADVEETISING DEPARTMENT. 307 

PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK, 

26 & 28 CENTRAL STREET, 

OPPOSITE MIDDLE STREET. 
I]VCOIlI»OKA.TEI>, 1S50. IlEOIlGAJVIZEI>, 1865. 

CAPITAL, $300,000. 

CHARLES B. COBURN, President. 

ARTEMAS S. TYLER, Cashier. 

GEORGE M. ELLIOTT, Teller. 

ALONZO A. COBURN, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

Charles B. Coburn, John L. Cheney, Samuel Burbank, Benjamin Adams, 

Elijah M. Read, Silas Tyler, Jr. D. S. Richardson, Charles Stott. 

J. A. Brabrook, E. F. Sherman, Hapgood Wright. 

A9rXlTA.Ii BIISEXINO, SECOND TUESDAY IST JA.NTJA.KY. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday; Dividends payable First of April and October, 

Bank Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4. Shut Saturday, P.M. 

U. S. 7 3-10 on hand, and for sale, drawn on New York. 

Sight Drafts and Orders on Boston collected without charge. General Banking and 
Exchange business done on most favorable terms. 

THE LOAVELL 

FIVE CENT SAVINGS BANK. 

INCORPORATED, 1854. 

Receives Deposits in sums of 5 cts. to $1,000. 

OFFICE IN THE PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, 

26 ^ND 2S CEISTTRi^L STREET, 

Opposite Middle Street. First Floor. 

Open every afternoo*, except Saturday, from 2 to 4, and Tuesday evenings from 7 
to 9 o'clock. Quarters commence first Saturday January, April, July, and October. 

HORATIO WOOD, President. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

Samuel Burbank, Nathan Crosby, Sewall G, Mack, Elijah M. Read, H. Hosford. 

TRUSTEES. 

John W. P. Abbott, Benjamin Adams, Chas. B. Coburn, Frank F. Battles, Joseph 
A. Brabrook, Thomas Talbot, John F. Kimball, Wm. A Richardson, Hapgood 
Wright, John L. Cheney, Samuel D. Sargeaut, John Holt, Oliver E, Cushing, Silas 
Tyler, Jr., John C. Bartlett. 

ARTEMAS S. TYLER, Treastu-er. 



308 " MANCHESTER DIRECTORY. 

EAILROAD NATIONAL BANK. 

CARLETON BLOCK, MERRIMACK STREET. 

INCOHFORJSJriEyD, 1831. CONVERTED, 1865. 

Capital, $800^000. 

S. W. STICKNEY, President. 

JOHNF. ROGERS, Cashier. 

JAMES S. HOVEY, Teller. WILIilAM V. AMSDEN, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

HOMER BARTIiETT, JOHN WRIGHT, 

AVIL.LIAM A. BURKE, SAMUEL FAY, 

CHARIiES HOVEY, GEORGE RiPIiEY, 

SEWALIi G. MACK, JAMES B. FRANCIS, 

GEORGE MOTLEY, JOHN W. P. ABBOT, 

O. H. PERRY. 
Discoiatit, Tuesdays and Eridays. 



MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK, 

CARLETON BLOCK, MERRIMACK STREET, 

OKGANIZBD, 1861. 

Open every afternoon (except Saturdays) from 2 to 4 o'clock, and on Thursday and 
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock, 

WM. A. BUEKE, President. JOHN P. EGGEES, Treasurer. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

SAMUEL W. STICKNEY, JEREMIAH CLARK, 

HOYT W. HILTON, OWEN STREET, 

ISAAC PLACE. 

TRUSTEES. 

Andrew Moody, Alfred Gilman, 

Edward F. Sherman, Wm. Srown, 

Isaac Cooper, Horace J. Adams, 

benjamin C. Sargeant, Edward F. Watson, 

George Mipley, Jolm B, McAlvin, 

Samuel Fay, Ferdinand JRodliff, 

Charles Hovey, Julian V. Keyes, 
Jacob Mogers. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 309 

The Wamesit National Bank 

OF LOWELL, 

Middlesex Street, near the Northern Depot. 

INCORPORATED AS A STATE BANK, APRIL 38, 1853. 
ORGANIZED AS A NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, FEB. 3, 1865. 

CAPITAL, S200,000. 

WILLIAM A. EIOHAEDSON, Pres. 

JOHN H. BUTTEIOK, Cashier. 

JAMES S. WELCH, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

DANIEL CHURCHILL, M. T. DURRELL, C. T, FLINT, 

SAMUEL HORN, H. C. HOWE, FRANCIS JEWETT, 

W. A. RICHARDSON, GEORGE RUNELS, H.iB. SHATTUCK, 
C. H, WILDER, 

ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL. 



Rooms in Saving^s-Bank Building^. 



The three Terms of this School are as follows : — 

The Fall Term, from the 1st of September until Christmas ; the Win- 
ter Term, from the second week in January until Easter ; the Spring 
Term, from the second week after Easter until July 26, with a recess of 
one week at Whitsuntide. 

The tuition will be at the rate of about twenty dollars a year for the 
English branches ; Languages, Drawing, and Music, extra, at the rate of 
twelve dollars a year for each language ; Drawing, three dollars for 24 
lessons ; Music, fifteen dollars for 24 lessons ; Languages, &c., without the 
English, six dollars each per term. 

Pupils not connected with the school can take the extra studies at six 
dollars per quarter ; Music at fifteen dollars per quarter. 

Application for further particulars may be made at Mr. B. C. Sargeant's. 



310 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Lowell Institution for Savings. — Shattuck Street. Theo- 
dore Edson, President. James G. Carney, Treasurer. 

City Institution for Savings. — Appleton Block. Nathan Al- 
len, President. John A. Buttrick, Treasurer. 

Lowell Horse Railroad Company. — Office, Museum Build- 
ing, Merrimack Street, opposite Central. Road opened, March 1, 
1864. Capital, $100,000. William E. Livingston, President. Al- 
bert Wheeler, Vice-President. John A. Goodwin, Treasurer and 
Clerk. Directors, James Noxon, Syracuse, N. Y. ; N. Mickles, 
N. Y. City ; Robert Wood, G. N. Kennedy, Syracuse. N. Y. 

Suffolk Manufacturing Company. — SuffiDlk Street. Capital, 
$600,000. John Wright, Agent. Pay-day, week after last Satur- 
day in each month. 

Proprietors of the Locks and Canals on Merrimack River. 
— Incorporated in 1792. James B. Francis, Agent. Noah R. 
Harlow, Paymaster. Pay-day, week after leist Saturday in each 
month. 

United States Internal Revenue. — C C. Esty, of Framing- 
ham, Assessor. George W. Coburn, Benjamin Goddard, J. D. Bin- 
der, Assistant Assessors in Lowell. Office, No. 2 Nesmith Block. 
John Nesmith, Collector, office 1 Nesmith's Block. George Hedrick, 
Deputy Collector, office 36 Central Street. James G. Buttrick, 
Deputy Collector, office 1 Nesmith's Block. 

LOWELL POST-OFFICE. 

Office, Merrimack Street, opposite Central. John A. Goodwin, 
Postmaster. Levi Hedge, Chief Clerk. Samuel M. Bellows, Lor- 
ing H. Austin, Philip P. Haggerty, James H. Pinder, Assistant 
Clerks. William H. Goodale, George Hobson, Charles F. Tilton, 
Letter Carriers. Office hours, from 7, a. m., to 8, p. m. Mails sent 
to Boston, Nashua, Concord, and Manchester, N. H., three times a 
day ; to Worcester, Lawrence, Salem, and East twice a day ; to 
New York, Fitchburg, and places on the Cheshire Railroad, and 
north of Concord, once a day ; to California by overland daily, and 
by steamer on the 2d, 12th, and 22d of each month; to Pelham 
and Windham, N. H., and Concord, Mass., on Mondays, Wednes- 
days, and Fridays. Letters are delivered in the city, by carriers, 
free. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 311 

HoTvard. Fire Insurance Oo., 

Capital, #200,000. 

Insures against hazard by Fire, on terms satisfactory to the insured. 

Merchants' and Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 

IirCOBPOKJLT£I> \Jf 184 6. 

No Assessment ever made, and tbe most liberal Dividends paid to Policy 

Holders. 



Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, 

HARTFORD, CONN. Incorporated 1850. 

Capital, #200,000. 

GASH ASSETS OVEB A. QTJARXEB Of A. MIKiI^ION. 

Continues to insure Real and Personal Property of all kindi, on the most favorable 

terms". 



XJ. S. .A^ccident Insixraiice Oo,, 

syracuse, n. y. 

0-A.DPIT.A.Ij, $soo,ooo. 

Insures against loss of life or disabling bodilv injury, from Casimltiea of cUl kinds, at 
low rates of Premium. 

GEO. F. SUNT, Agent, Lotvell, Mass. 



NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO, 

ACCUMULATED FUND, DECEMBER 1, 1865, 

$3,eOO,0'7'S- 

DISTRIBUTION, NOVEMBER 30, 1863, 

$750,000 1x1. O^sla. 

OFiniCERS. 

BEN J. F. STEVENS, President. 

JOSEPH M. GIBBENS, Secretary. 

W. W. MORIiAND, M. D., Medical Examiner. 

DIRECTORS. 

SEWELL TAPPAN, FRANCIS C. LOWELL, 

MARSHALL P. WILDER, JAMES S. AMORY, 

CHARLES HUBBARD, HOMER BARTLETT, 

GEO. H. FOLGER, JOHN A. ANDREW, 

JAMES STURGIS, BENJ. F. STEVENS. 

S- "W". STIOK:iSrE"2", Agent. 
S. "W. Stickney and J. F. Rogers, 

COMMISSIONERS TO Q,UAIiIPY CIVIL OFFICERS. 

S. W. STICKNEY, Notary Public. 



312 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Lowell Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 

49 CENTRAL STREET. 

JAMES K. FELLOWS, President. 

JAMES COOK, Secretary. 
X>rKECTORlS. 

Jonathan Tyler, Eansom Read, A. R. Brown, John Nesmith, George 
Stevens, W. E. Livingston, William H. Wiggin, Abram French, Alden B. 
Buttrick, Josiah S. Hovre, Charles A. Stott, Jacob Robbins, William P. 
Brazer, J. C. Abbott, E. B. Patch. 

JAMES COOK, No. 49 Central St., Agent for 

Market Fire Insiirance Co. ) "2 ( United Capital, $1,700,000. 

Resolute Fire Insurance Co. V ^ J 

North American Fire Ins. Co. j ^ j United Assets, $1,260,000. 

Columbia Fire Insurance Co. ^ ^ ^ 

Putnam Fire Insurance Co. » .g- , United Capital, $1,050,000. 

Charter Oak Fire & Marine Ins. Co. f ^ g \ 

City Fire Insurance Co. 1^5"] United Assets, $369,000. 

Charter Oak Life Insurance Co. j ^ [ Capital & Surplus, $1,600,000. 

Thames Fire Insurance Co., Norwich, Conn. 

Merrimack Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Andover, Mass. 

LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 

Mlassaclitisetts Miutual ILdfe Iiisxucance Co., 
JSpi'ingfield., 3Xass. 

Assets, ovek $1,200,000. 

Home Insxixance Co., of IVeTV Haven, Conn., 

Capital, $1,000,000. 

3£etropolitan Insxirance Co., of Wcw York, 

Capital and Surplus, over $1,600,000. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co., of !IVeTV Yorls:, 

Capital and Surplus, over $1,200,000. 

Manlxattan Insxiranee Co., of ]Vew Yorlc, 

Capital and Surplus, over $1,000,000. 
Croton r'ix'e Insxirance Co., of IVe'vr York, 

Capital, $200,000. 

Hampden Fire Insxirance Co., of Springfield, M!ass. 

C^vpital and Surplus, over $200,000. 

Bay State Fire Insurance Co., of "Worcestei*, Miass. 
Capital, $104,800. 

AJTiany City Fire Insurance Co., of AJll>any, N",Y. 

Capital, $200,000. 

Commerce Insxirance Co., of Altoany, 3V. Y. 

Capital, $400,000. 

Quinoy Miutual Fire Insurance Co., of Qulncy, M!ass. 

Cash Assets, over $155,000. 

Jeremiali S. Folsom, Agent, 21 Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 313 

FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 



^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPIiUS, $4,000,000. 

HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAIi AND SURPLUS, $1,500,000. 

PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,000,000 

NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, BOSTON. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $650,000. 

WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS INS. CO., PITTSFIELD, MASS. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $350,000. 

SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,600,000. 

INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,300,000. 

NORTH AMERICAN INS. COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $375,000. 

NEW ENGLAND INS. COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $335,000. 

GEORGE BILLET, Agent, 

Lowell, March 12, 1866. First National Bank Building. 

Traders' and Mechanics' Ins. Co., 



DIRECTORS. 
C. B. Coburn, D. S. Richardson, 

L. G. Howe, Edward Tuck, 

Thomas Nesmith, Levi Sprague, 

H. Hosford, Isaac Place, 

S. W. Stickney, E. P. Sherman. 



C. B. COBURN, President. E. F. SHERMAN, Sec'y and Treas. 



Office 27 Central Street, Lowell. 




314 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



mm Kis-uiiiT 



OflSce, Middle, corner Shattuck Street, 



GGLJp±tSL± S25O51OOO 



Commenced Lighting, January 1st, 1850. 



JOHN WRIGHT, President. 



3DIRECTORS. 

William A. Burke, Seivall G, Mackf 

Levi Sprague, Jacob Mogers, 

James B, Francis, Henry M, Sooke, 



JOHN F. HOQEKS, Treasurer. 

OLIVER E. CXJSHIIVG, Agent. 
D, B. BARTLETTf Paymaster. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 315 



dimmt Bomx fy. 



LOCATED ON LAWRENCE ST., 

NEAR LOWELIi CEMETERY. 

nfCOEPOSATED, 1865. 



CAPITAL . - - $150,000. 



TAPPAN WEJVTWORTH, President. 

BENJAMIN F. BUTLER, Treasurer. 
D. C. G. FIELD, Clerk. 

HARRISON FLINT, Superintendent. 



This Com'pany controls the water of the Concord 
River, and leases the power to others for manufacturing 
purposes. 

The Charter permits the Company to Manufacture 
Goods. 



316 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 





NOETH END OF BUTTON STREET. 

INCORPORATED, 1823. 



CAPITAL - - - $2,500,000. 



B. F. OROWNINSHIELD, Treas., 5 Tremont St., Boston. 
JOHN 0. PALFEEY, Agent. 

BENJAMIN PATCH, Paymaster of MiUs. 
HENEY BUEEOWS, Supt. of Print Works. 
J. B. F. SHEDD, Paymaster of Print Works. 



Spindles 88,960 

Looms 2,313 

Females employed 1,330 

Males employed 620 

Yards made per week 340,000 

Cotton consumed per week, lbs 70,000 

Yards Dyed and Printed 340,000 

Kinds of Goods made .... Prints No. 30 to 37 



Pay-day on tlie Saturday before the 16th of each month. 

This Corporation runs six Mills, besides the Print Worlds. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 317' 

HiilllTOi IIMMCTMIl CO 

JACKSON STREET, 



M 



Capitate $1,300,000. 

ARTHUR L. DEVENS, Treasurer, 

OLIVER H. MOULTON, 

FERDINAM) KODLIPF, Jr. , Paymaster. 

Spindles, ------- 50,268 

Looms, -------- 1,350 

Females Employed, - - ; - - - 850 

Males Employed, ------ 308 

Yards made per week, ----- 235,000 

Cotton consumed per week, lbs., - - 50,000 

Cleaned Wool consumed per week, lbs., - - 10,000 

Yards Dyed, --...-- 6,000 
Yards Printed, - 126,000 

K:rNl>S OF GOODS MLA.1>E: 

Delaines, Flannels, Prints, Ticks, Sheetings 
and Shirtings, 10 to 53, 

The Number of Mills ruu by this Company is Five, aud one Printing 
£stablislune nt. 

Pay-day, second week after last Saturday in each month. 



318 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Lowell Manufacturing Co., 

MARKET STREET. 

Oapital, - - #3,000,000 

D. B. JEWETT, Treasurer, 28 State St., Boston. 

SAMUEL PAT, Superintendent. 

•Aminos Al.. Blanchard., I*ayni.aister« 

s:pi:i>tidx.es. 
12,500 Worsted and Wool, 2,816 Cotton. 

LOOlJvirS. 
258 Power Carpet, 124= Cotton, 50 Stuff Goods. 

Females Employed, - 1,000. | Males Employed, - 450. 



( 35,000 T'A.RDS CAKPETlSreS. 

Yards made per Week, -l 13,000 xakijs sheetiivos. 

( 4,500 YAKOS SXVf F OOOJDS. 



Cotton consumed per week, - - 4,000 

Clean Wool consumed per week, - - 63,000 

Manufacture Carpets, Sheetings, and Stuff 

Groods. 

THIS COMPANY RUN ONE SPINNING, ONE CARPET, AND ONE 
FINE-AVORSTED, Mllil.. 

Pay-day week after the Last Saturday in each Month. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 319 

MIDDLESEX COMPANY, 

TV^A.KREN STREET. 

INCOBFOBATED, 1830. 



CAPITAL - - - $750,000. 



Richard S. Fay, Treasurer, 69 Federal St., Boston. 
JPerry & Wendall, Selling Agents, 69 Federal St., Boston. 
Oliver JBT. JPerry, Agent. 

George WilJeins, Superintendent. 

Samuel 2). Sargent, Paymaster. 



Spindles, 16,400. 

Looms 250 broadcloth, 50 narrow. 
Females employed, 320. 
Males employed, 427. 

Yards made per week, \ 2;ooo-3-4.' 

^ ' ( 2,500 Sq. Shawls, 

Clean Wool consumed per week, 25,000 lbs. 

Kinds of Goods made, \ Broadcloths, Doeskins, 
' \ Cassimeres, & Shawls. 



Ifumber of Mills ran by this Company is four, and one Dye- 
House. 

Pay-day, Friday after the Fourth Saturday in each month. 



320 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



mmm w>m®w>mmw®mi 



OF THE 



TREMONT MILLS, 

INCORPORATED, 1S30. 

CAPITA!. - - - $600,000. 

WALTER HASTINGS, Treasurer, 

83 MILK STREET, BOSTON. 

GEO. C. RICHARDSON & CO., Selling Agents, 

96 DEVONSHIRE ST., BOSTON. 

CHAS. P. BATTLES, Agent. 
JOSEPH S. HOLT, Paymaster. 



SPINDLES , 20,960 COTTON, 5,280 WOOL 

LOOMS 764 COTTON, 66 WOOL 

FEMALES EMPLOYED 608 

MALES EMPLOYED 272 

YARDS MADE PER WEEK 112,000 COTTON, 8,000 WOOLEN 

COTTON CONSUMED PER WEEK, lbs 30,000 

CLEAN WOOL CONSUMED PER WEEK .... 6,000 

( FLANNELS, DRILLINGS, 

KINDS OF GOODS MADE \ CASSIMERES, SHEETINGS, 

( SHIRTINGS. 

PAY-DAY, WEEK AFTER LAST SATURDAY IN EACH MONTH. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 321 

Lawrence Manufacturing Co., 

isroK-TH EisraD of sxjffozjIC. 

INCOiePOBAT£I>, 1830. 

CAPITAL - - - - $1,500,000 

HENRY V. WAED, Treasurer, 

39 Kilby Street, Boston. 

TTILLIAM: F. SAIL.M:0]V, Agent. 
T. L. jP. IjAMSON, Faymaster. 

Spindles, .... 60,432 

Looms, ..... 1^564 

Knitting Machines, .... 163 

Females Employed, .... 1,350 

Males Employed, - - - 850 

Yards made per week, - - . \f^,xT,^''''^^^''^- 

^ ( 5,000 dozen Hosiery. 

Cotton consumed per week, lbs., - - 110,000 

Clean wool consumed per week, - - . 2,000 

Kinds of Goods made, \ Sl^^eting, Shirting, Printing Cloth, Cotton 
' ( and Merino Hosiery. 

Nnmber of Mills ran by this Company, Five, and Dye Houees. 
Pay-day, second Saturday in each month. 



322 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

LOWELL BLEACHERY, 

Bleachery Street, in Sonth part of the City. 

INCORPORATED, 1832. 



CAPITAL - - $300,000. 



83 m:ilk street, boston. 
TR^JVK P. ^PPIjETOJr, JMgent, 
UBJVRY P, PERKIJVS, Paymaster, 



FEMALES EMPLOYED 40 

MALES EMPLOYED 360 

GOODS BLEACHED PER ANNUM .... 8,000,000 
YARDS DYED PER ANNUM 15,000,000 



All grades and styles of Cotton Goods, Bleached and Dyed. 

PAY-DAY, TUESDAY FOLLOWING LAST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



323 



iiiTT mum iDELi, 



Armory, opposite John Street. 



INCORPORATED, 1835. 



CAPITAL 



$1,200,000. 



EIOHAED D. EOGERS, Treasurer, 



60 State Street, Boston. 



WILLIAM A. BURKE, A^ent. 



A. G. CUMNOCK, Superintendent. 



GEO. W. BEDLOW, Paymaster. 



Spindles, ..... 


71,324 


Looms, ..... 


1,878 


Females employed, .... 


1,020 


Males employed, including mnle-tenders, . 


290 


Yards made per week. 


350,000 


Cotton consumed per week, 


110,000 



Kinds of Goods ™ade, {""'"^Ss, ?rin "ciotht mTio""^'- 



This Company Runs 5 Mills. 

Pay-day, week after last Saturday in each month. 



324 LOWELL DIRECTORY. - 

LOCATED AT 

Junction of Merrimack & Concord Rivers. 

nvcoiii»oiiA.TEr>, isso. 



CAPITAL - - - $1,800,000. 



Homer Bartlett, Treasurer, 60 State St., Boston. 

Frothingham & Co., Selling Agents, 59 Franklin St., Boston. 

Frank F. Battles, Agent. 

Amos Kugg, Paymaster. 



Spindles 61,896 

liOoma 1,971 

Females employed • .... 1,300 

Males employed 400 

ITards made per vreek 540,000 

Cotton consumed per week 180,000 

Kinds of goods made . . . Sheetings, Shirtings, Drillings, IS to 220 



NUMBER OF MILLS RUN BY T3IS COMPANY, SIX. 
PAY-DAY, WEEK AFTER SECOND SATURDAY IN EACH MONTH. 

PRESCOTT IVriL.1^8. 

T^TM. BUO^VN - - - Superintendent. 
PHILETUS BURNHAM - Paymaster. 

PAY-DAY, SAME AS MASSACHUSETTS. 

These Mills belong to the Massachusetts Cotton Mills, and the 
Statistics are included in those of that Company. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 325 



Appleton Company, 



INCORPORATED, 1828. 



CAPITAL - - - $600,000. 



GEORGE iTEOTLEir, Agent. 
ARTHUR I.. J>EVE]\S, Treasurer, 

22 FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON. 

A. H. ROBI]¥l§0]¥, Paymaster. 



Spindles ISjerS 

Xioonas 717' 

Females employed .... • 400 

]Vtales employed 130 

Yards made per -weelc X30,000 

Cotton consiamed per -week, lbs 50,000 

Kind of Groods made . . Sheetings «Sc Shirtings, 14 to 30 



NTTMBKR OF MIIiLS RVN BY THIS COMPANT ARE THREB. 
Pay-Day, -week after last Saturday In each month. 



326 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



DUTTOISr STREET. 

INCORPOEATED, 1845. 

CAPITA!,, $600,000. 



J, THOMAS STEVENSON - Treasurer, 

82 MILK STBEET, BOSTOK". 

ANDREW MOODY - - Superintendent, 
WILLIAM W, SSEB3IAN - rmjmaster. 



800 MEN EMPLOYED. 



MANTJFACTUBE 



Cotton Machinery, Locomotives, 

MAHCINISTS' TOOLS, MILL WORK, &c. 

They have E^our Shops, Smithy, and 3B^oundry. 
Fay-day, last Saturday in each month. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 327 



D. C. BROA^N, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



■v7":e]jl"V"ei^;S' 



REEDS & HARNESSES, 



ALSO 



PATENTED WIRE HEDDLES, 



Tf^arranted not to catcta tbe Warp Thread in the Eye. 



OPFIOE, MAFUFAOTORY, & EESIDENOE, 

CHURCH, COE. OF WAMtEN STREET, 

NEAR THE MIDDLESEX MILLS, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



328 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

ROLLIN WHITE ARMS CO.^ 

WILLIE STREET, NEAR BROADWAY. 

Manufacturers of 

FIRE-ARMS & MACHINISTS' TOOLS. 

CBAJtTJEMJED, FEB. 18, 1864. 
OBQANIZED, OCT., 1864. 

This Company is now engaged in the manufacture of Revolvers of two different 
patterns, — a pocket size, and the army and navy size, — both using fixed ammuni- 
tion, or Metallic cartridg-es. These arms are both remarkable for their simplicity, 
compactness, and power of execution, being similar to the ones manufactured by 
Smith & Wesson, for whom this Company is now filling large contracts. 

A special department is also given to the manufacture of first-class Machinists' 
Tools. 

President, J. A. PALMER, 162 "Washington Street, Boston. 
Treasurer, WM. T. BRAMHALL, 50 City Exchange, " 
Superintendent, REUBEN W. DREW, Office at Factory. 
Cashier, CHARLES A. KIMBALL, " " " 

C. B. RICHMOND, 



MANUFACTURES OF 



M^^ILL^ & STE^^V^ 



Office, 80 Lawrence Street, Lowell. 
Mills at Massic Falls, '' 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



329 



BOSTON AND LOWELL RAILROAD, AND NASHUA AND 
LOWELL RAILROAD. 




View of New Depot in Boston, on Causeway Street. 

The Boston and Lowell and Nashua and Lowell Railroads operate the 
Stony Brook and Wilton, Lowell and Lawrence, and Salem and 
Lowell Railroads. 



George Stark, Manager. 
at the Depot in Boston. 
Agent, Lowell. 



John B. Winslow, Superintendent. OflSces 
Charles E. Paige, Freight and Passenger 



Incorporated, June, 1830. Open for travel, June, 1835. New Depot 
at Lowell, corner of Merrimac and Dutton Streets. 

Season Tickets between Lowell and Boston, not transferable, and pay- 
able in advance, are given for three months, for S32 ; six months, $64 ; 
and one year, $128. They are not to be used on exjyress business, and 
entitle the bearer to carry nothing but strictly personal baggage, or 
such parcels as may be taken in the hand, without incommoding other 
passengers. Other articles, or merchandise, are not to be taken as bag- 
gage, except at discretion of the conductor, and by paying extra. 

Package Tickets are sold in packages of 50 for $37.50. 



Lowell to Miles. 

Billerica Mills .' 4 J 

Billerica and Tewksbury 7 

Wilmington 11 

North Woburn 14J 

Woburn Watering-Place 16 

East Woburn 16^ 

Winchester 18 

Medford 21 

Boston 26 



J^ares. 
15 
25 
40 
55 
60 
65 
70 
80 
90 



No charge for children under four years of age. Between Boston and 
Lowell, second-class fare, 75 cents. The above rates are five cents less 
than the fare when taken in the cars. 



330 LOWELL DIEECTORY. 

NASHUA & LOWELL RAILROAD. 

United with the Boston and Lowell Railroad, connects at Nashua 
with the Wilton Railroad, and with the Concord Railroad. 

Incorporated, June 23, 1835. Depot, Middlesex Street, Lowell. Opened for travel, 
October 8, 1838. 

STONY BEGOE EAILEOAD. 

Connecting with the Nashua and Lowell Railroad at North Chelmsford, 
and terminating at Groton. 

Incorporated in 1845. Capital Stock, $300,000. Opened for travel, July 1, 1848. 
Depot, Middlesex Street. 

Officers. — George Stark, Manager. J. B. Winslow, General Superintendent. 
F, H. Nourse, Local Superintendent, Lowell. 

LOWELL AND LAWEENOE EAILEOAD. 

Incorporated, March 27, 1846. Annual meeting, first Monday in January. Capital, 
$300,000. 

F. H. Nourse, Local Superintendent, Treasurer, and Clerk. Ofl&ce, Middlesex 
Street Depot. 

From Loivell* to Distances. Prices. 

Mace's 3 10 

Tewksbury Centre 5 20 

Shed's Crossing,! or Almshouse Station .... 6 25 

Hagget's Pond 10 35 

Lawrence J 13 ...... 45 

• Connects with Nashua and Lowell Railroad. 

t Connects with Lowell and Salem Railroad. 

i Connects with Boston and Maine Railroad, and Manchester and Lawrence Railroad. 

Season Tickets between Lowell and Lawrence, three months, $12; Season Tickets 
between Lowell and Tewksbury, three months, $ 12. 

SALEM AND LOWELL EAILEOAD. 

Incorporated in 1848. Opened, August 1, 1850. Capital, $400,000. Annual meet- 
ing on Tuesday after first Monday of January. 

Officers. — George Stark, Manager. J. B. "Winslow, General Superintendent. 
F. H. Nourse, Local Superintendent, Clerk, and Treasurer. 

From Lowell to Distances. Fares. 

Whipple's Crossing 1 

Tewksbury 5 20 

Shed's Crossing, or Aims-House Station 6 25 

Burt's Mills 8 30 

"Wilmington Junction 9 35 

Wilmington 10 40 

North Reading 14 55 

Paper Mills 16 60 

• Phelps Mills 18 65 

Proctor's Corner 20 70 

South Danvers 22 80 

CarltonvUle 23 90 

Salem 24 00 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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LOWELL DAILY COURIER 

BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE. 




If you want a Book ami TampMet ; if you want a circular or Pro- 
gramme f if you want a milhead and Xabel ; 
if you want a Card; 

Or, in fact, if you want any kind of Plain ok Fancy Job Printing, call 
at the DAILY COIIRIEIl OFFICE, 

31 CEIVTIXA.L STREET, IuOTVElL.lL., MLA.8S. 
Where it will be executed in good style, and at keasonable prices, 

STONE & HTJSE, Proprietors. 

AND 
NEATLY EXECUTED BY 

STON^E & HTJSE, 

21 Central Street, Lowell. 

Cards, Watch-Papers, &c., furnished at short notice. 

BOOK AND JOB FEINTING OFFICE. 



Neatly, Cheaply, and Promptly Executed at the 

¥01 FiPlM OfFIOl, 

No. 21 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL. 

Orders for Printing respectfully solicited ; work as well executed as in any other 
office in Lowell or elsewhere. 



332 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

DAILY CITIZEN & NEWS 

FEINTING OFFICE 

44 Central Street, Lowell. 



This Establishment is amply provided with all the means for executing 

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING, 

Neatly, Cheaply, and Expeditiously. 

For Plain or Colored Posters, it has the largest sized Hand-Press in 
New England. 



THE DAILY CITIZEN AND NEWS 

IS PUBLISHED AT $5.00 PER YEAB, 

And has the largest Subscription List of any daily paper in Middlesex County. 

THE WEEKLY AMERICAN CITIZEN 

IS ISSUED AT $2,00 A YEAB. 

KNAPP & MOREY, 

PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 

No. 44 Central, nearly opposite Middle Street. 

CHAUNCEY L. KNAPP. CEO. F. MOREY. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



333 



Gent's Furnishing Store. 

. |f , , DEALER IN 

READY-MADE 

CLOTHING, 

Furnishing Groods, 

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES. 

HOSIERY, 
AND BOY'S CLOTHING, 

30 Merrimack Street, 

WYMAN'S EHCHANGE, 

LOWELL. 

DEALER IN 






Hilts, Caps, & Furnishing (ioods, 

AT ONE PRICE ONLY. 

OLD STAND OF BENT & BUSH, OPPOSITE MIDDLE STREET, 
No. 30 CENTRAL ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

N. B.- Only Agency in Loioell for the sale of Bent cf Bush's superior quality SiUe 
and Kersey Hats. Also Hats made to order by the aid of the Patent French Conform- 
ator, thereby giving a perfect, easy lit. 

Constantly on hand a great variety of the newest patterns Ties, Scarfs, Paper Col- 
lars, &c., &c. A good assortment of Gloves, Hosiery, Umbrellas, and Suspenders; 
Hathaway'3 celebrated White Shirts; Fancy Flannel Shirts, Under-Shirts, and Draw- 
ers ; Upton's Patent Shoulder-Braces and Suspenders. B. H. 



334 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

DEALERS IN 

SILKS, SHAWLS, AND DRESS GOODS. 

ALSO, 
A.ntl a. general assortuient of 

HOUS£KX:£PIIVO OOODS, 

No. 132 Merrimack Street, Loivell, Mass. 

C. H. ABBOTT. li. J. SAMES. 

CHARLES ^W. DODG^E, 

DEALER IN 




Foreign aod Domestic Off Goods, 



Linens, Lace Goods, and Embroideries, 
Gloves, Hosiery, Yarns, etc., 
Corner of Central and Gorham Streets, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

EZRA B. WELCH, 

DEALER IN 

Hosiery, Gloves, Mits, Tarn, Threads, Buttons, 

DRES8 TRIMMINGS, 
German Worsteds, Toys, and Fancy Articles, 

No. 126 Merrimack Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Josiali T. Oollins, 

DEALER IN 

'V^ORSTEDS, IPAlSrCY AISTD IDRY G-OODS, 

SMALL. AVARES, BUTTONS, &c., 

Which he will be happy to sell to all who give him a call, at fair prices. 
Wo. 170 Suffolk Street, LoweU. 

M. G^. HALLETT, 
"Watchmaker and Jeweler, 

At tlie Old Brnstow Stand, No. 153 Central Street, 
Lo-well. 

Fine "Watclies and Clocks earefuUy Corrected and 
Repaired. 

^fCr One of Howard's best Astronomical Clocks kept for the 
purpose of regulating Watches correctly. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



335 



Meadow River Mamifactnring Co., 

JOHN Mcdonald, Agent, 



MATJUFACTUEERS OF 



DOOR MATS, RUGS, CARPETS, ETC. 

Odd Sizes, suitable for Halls, Churches, and fine Tenements, made to order. 

No. 10 HALE STEEET, LOWELL, MASS. 

LIVINGSTON CARTER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF BEST QUALITY 




7 THORMDIKE ST., LOWELL, MASS. 



CHASE, SAROENT, & Sfl.\TTUCK, 



And Dealers in 

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &, VESTINGS, 

WTMAN'S EXCHANGE, 

5 Central Street, Lowell. 



Samuel Burbank, 
John K. Chase, 



Fred. W. Sargent. 
H. B. Shattuck. 



Chase, Sargent, & Shattuck, 

Importers and Dealers in 

iilJniiii 

And Mamifactarers' Supplies, 

SHEET-LEAD AND ZINC, 
Pipe, Pumps, Agricultural Tools, &,c., 

WYMAN'S EXCHANGE, 
No. 5 CENTRAIi ST., liOAVELI,. 

5):5" Agents for Fairbanks' Scales. .=£3 



336 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



Oi 




1. i. B&TTElSBf 



^itrliant iSailwr, 



AND DEAI.£B IN 



AND 



ienf s Furnishing ^©ods. 



No. 4 CANAL BLOCK, 



CENTRAL STREET. 



^ ALSO, 



MANUFACTURER OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, 



82 Merrimack Street, 



t-OlVELI., MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



337 



Manufacturers of 

Breads Csike^ & Crackers, 

OF ^LL KINDS. 

BAKERY, WHITING ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

ALL ORDERS THANKFULLY RECEIVED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
CERRITT J. BRADT. DAVID BRADT. 



GEORGE L. HUNTOON, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also Importer, Manufacturer, and Dealer in 

CIGARS. 

3 Appleton Block, Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Hjuisii, 

DEALER IN 

FiUIT, 

CONFECTIONEKY, 

SODA, & CIGARS, 

52 Central Street, 

liOWELLi. 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN 

iiifiiriiiiif lie iiii, 

37 Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 

5)5" Particular attention given to the manufacture of Ice Creams, Jellles,^ 
■Wedding and other Cake. 

95= Parties supplied with Oysters, Scalloped, Stewed, or Raw, on the most 
reasonable terms. Orders promptly attended to. Strangers yisiting the city can find 
Refreshments at every hour of the day. 




338 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



OoxTLXXxlssloxx 3M © !• o Ix a, h. t, 

For the sale of 

LO^^TELL, MASS., 

And 90 Blackstone Street, Boston. 

EAILROAD BANK, > i?iri?P'Kii'T«r<-Tj's < WASON, PEIRCE & CO., 
Lowell. ]■■•• Rii'FEK.ii.arcES . . . . | boston. 




201 Middlesex Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Mr. C. keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of 

"W"ES' : XISIJDXA. G-003DS J^ISTJD Q-I^OOERIES, 

Of the best qaality. Also, 

CHOIOE ■WIIsTES ^ND L. I Q TJ O E. S, 

FOK FAMll-X USE. 

Goods delivered to all parts of the City free. 




DEAI.ER IN 



BEST FAMILY GROCERIES, 

FLOUR, 
Sugar, Teas, 



"- OHj, &c., 

Lowell, corner Worthen Street, Lowell, Mass. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



339 




Dealer in 

BEST FAMILY 



ries 



Teas, Sugars, Oil, 
Flour, &c. 




Broadway, cor. School Street, Lowell, Mass. 

DEALER IN 





w. i. iiini i iBOiiiiE 

ir-LOXIR, M:EA.T, COUNTRY I^RODXJCE, &co. 



^(@1 
li#« 




CROCKERY AND CLASS WARE, 

No. 6 APPLETON BLOCK, OENTEAL ST., 

Goods delivered at any part of the city free of charge. 

ALBERT WHEELER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



ESf-IIlII muM 

aHOCERIES, &c. 
TILDEI¥ STREET, "LOWJE^IAj, IflASS, 



340 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 




Smith Adams, 
TEIPE, PIGS' FEET, 

KEATSFOOT OIL AKD TAllOW, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

Walker, 

IVKAR MIDDLESEX ST., 

• LOWELL. 

.,^- — Orders for butchering Hogs attend- 
:^— ed to at short notice. 



J. c. JEPSoisr. 

DEALER IX 




AND 

tv^e:st ipri>i.^ o^ooi>s. 

Xhe best kinds of 

Flour, Butter, Tea, Sugar, Spices, Country Produce, 

And all other Goods usually kept in a first-class Grocery Store, always on hand. 

No. 195 Central Street. 




MICHAEL CORBETT, 

No. 73 Gorham Street, 

Iiowell, Mass., 

DEALER IN 

Beef, Pork, Ham, 

SAUSAGES, 

Poultry, and Country Produce. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 341 




BUTTRICK & CO., 



"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



WEST-INDIA GOODS 



AND 



OOXTNTRY PRODUCE, 

STo. SO Market iStreet, 

'^■\ LOWELL. 



A. W. BUTTRICK 

A. B. BUTTRICK 

B. N. WEBBER 



(Successors to Nichols & Co.,) 
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

EST-INDIA GOODS, 

GROCERIES, CORDAGE, POWDER, BURNING FLUID, &c. 

144 & 146 CENTRAL ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

E. D. FLETCHEa W. G. MANSUR. 



342 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



MOKTIMER B. R^NDLETT, 

mm DEALER. 



IVo. 66 IVIicidlesex Street, 

Keeps constantly on band 

JPickled and Fresh Fisli of all kinds, Lobsters, Oysters, 
Clams, Sc. 

DELIVEaED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. 

DANIEL BRYANT, 

]Vo. no MII>S>l.ESEX STREET, 




BEEF, 







IMutton, 



JPoultryf and Choice Family Groceries, 

FRESH FISH. 

S a r g- e n t &: O o 1 1 o n. 

At their Fish Market, in the rear of 
No. 57 Central Street, at the sign of 
the BIG FI8H, daily receive, and are 
ready at all times to furnisli the citizens 
of Lowell with Fresh P'ish, including 
Halibut, Cod, Haddock, Mackerel, Shad, 
I Lobsters, Oysters, and all kinds of Fish 
in their season. Also, Corned Fish, 

Tongues and Sounds, &c., &c. Orders respectfully solicited, and Fish delivered 

promptly in any part of the city. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



343 




_ J. H. KNIGHT'S 

S J^ish * Oyster 

^""^'^ MARKET, 

201 Central St., Lowell. 



Here you can always find a 
great variety of 

FISH, OYSTERS, CLAMS, 
AND LOBSTERS. 




WILLIAM & LUKE M^FARLIN. 



94 Pawtucket St., Lowell, Mass. 





J. COSGROVE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

WEST-INDIA GOODS 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. 

Pale and Amber Ale, wholesale and retail. 

373 MERRIMACK STREET, 

LOWEIili. 



PUTNAM & CURRIER, 



Manufacturers of 



Soaps, Candles, & Tallow, 

Wholesale and Retail. 
LENTOIV CpXJRT, 

REAR 40 CHARLES STREET, 



344 



LOWELL DIEECTORY. 



O. P. TALBOT & CO., 



MANUFACTUREKS OF 



WOOLEN FLANNELS, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Dyers' Drugs and Manufacturers' Articles, 

CITY MARKET HOUSE, 

LO^VELL, MASS. 
C. P. TALBOT, ) ( EDWIN R. TALBOT, 

THOS. TALBOT, | | JULIAN TALBOT. 

ROBERT MELDRUM, 

(SUCCESSOR TO J. D. PKINCK, JR.,) 

ly^C -A. 3Sr XJ F A. C O? TJ R. E PI OF 



9 

Extract of Indigo, 

PAPEH-MAKERS' BLUE PULP, 

BLUE RULING PASTE, 

Liquid JBlue, Soaps for Print Works^ Writing 
Inks, &c,, 

PAWTUCKET, NORTH OF MOODY STREET, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVEETISING DEPARTMENT. 345 



'5 
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALER IN 

PAINTS, OILS, & VARNISHES, 

White Lead, 

White ZinCf 
Colors^ 

Whiting, 

BronzeSf 

Gold Leaf, 

I*aint Mills f 

Gums, *&c», &c, 
Kerosene Oil, 

Linseed Oil, 

Spirits Turpentine, 
Spirits Benzine, 
Bye Stuff, 
Brugs, 
Bope, 

Twine, t&c, &c. 



1 SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, 



346 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

S. ^SH^V^ORTH & CO., 

Manufacturers of all Ulnds of 



FILES ^J^n M^I^PlSf 

Fletcher St., near Mechanics' Mills, Lowell, Mass. 

N. B. — The best CAST STEEIi FILES constantly on hand, for sale. OLD 
FIL.es re-cut EQ,UAIi TO NEW. 

C. B. COBURN &, CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

DEALERS IN 

OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES, AND WINDOW GLASS, 

Starch and Manufacturers' Supplies generally. 
Mechanics' Building, Dutton Street, Lozvell, Mass. 

C. B. COBTJRN-. C. H. COBX7KX. 

J. :0. FIEILMTVG^, 

House, Sign k Ornamental Painter, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Paints, Oils, <xlass. Paper IIang:ing-s, 

ARTISTS' TOOLS AND COLORS, KEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS, 
99 Central, and 1, 3, & 4 Jackson Street, Lowell, Mass' 

WINDOW SASH &, BLINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

A. J. HISCOX & CO., 
FILB MANUFACTURERS, 

Middlesex St., near Northern Depot, Lowell. 

Every description of Files and Rasps made from the best of Cast Steel, 
and warranted. Also 

FILES ^?»fl> KA.SPS RE-CXJT. 

Orders by express or otherwise will receive prompt attention. Old and New Files 
constantly on hand, and for sale cheap. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



347 



TS^HITINa & CO., 

(Successors to W. H. Whitmarsh.J 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

patent Stxttrl^^b Jeatlj^r §i^Itmg, 

S^VINGJ-S :BA.Nli. BXJIL,r)IN&, 

CORNKR OF MIDDLE AND SHATTUCK STREETS, LOWELiL, MASS. 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Calf and Kip Jjacings, Selt Hoohs, Rivets, Pegs, Roller Cloth, Zioom 
Strapping, Cotton Spinning Banding , &c. 

^Cr These Belts are offered to the public as being made of the best quality of 
Slaughter Leather, and stretched on new and improved patent and powerful machines 

GEORGE W. EATON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Curried, Grain, BuflT, Card, Belt, and Split 

le:a.ther. 

ALSO, DEALER IN 
Willie, corner Broadway, Lotvell, MasS'. 

WILLARD A. BROWN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

FACTORY AND UPPER LEATHER, 

AND DEALER IN 

KOUGH AND SOLE LEATHER, 

No. 88 Market Street, Lowell, Mass. 




THOMAS WILSON 

SOAP 

Manufacturer, 

19 Warren St., 

Near Church, 

LOWELL. 

Manufacturer of 
Brown, Fancy, and 
Castile Soap, war- 
ranted superior to 
any imported. 



348 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 




HOUSE CARPENTER 

And General Contractor, 



Mi 



Shop, corner of Rock and Willie Sts., Liowell. 

Personal attention given to all orders, by mail or otherwise, for JOB WORK, and 
attended to with promptness and despatch. 

House, No. 164 Broadway. 

SAMUEL F. WILEY, 

House Carpenter and Builder, 

HOWE, BELOW DAYIDSON ST„ 

^^^ Orders for JOBBING attended to promptly and with despatch. 

CfiRPENTER, BUILDER. 

AND JOBBER, 





LENTON PLACE, EEAR 40 
CHARLES STREET, 

ILrOAVELL. 

Orders for Jobbing attended to promptly and with despatch. 

LUTHER RICHARDS, 

LLWRl&HT, CARPENTER, 

AND GENEEAL OONTEAOTOE. 
Residence, 17 Andover Street, Lowell. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



349 



-AuliwdlOS GR.EElSr, 




^W^lieelwrig-lit and. Carriag-e IVtaker, 

Hear of No. 292 Middlesex Street, I^oivell, Mass, 
Repairing of all kinds done in a tliorough manner. 

JoliM. F. I>ix &: Oo., 




CARRIAGE MAKERS AND BLACKSMITHS. 

ALL KINDS OF CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS MADE TO ORDER, 

A-iid Repairs Neatly Done. 

Carriage Springs and Tires 'made to order. 

Horse Shoeing, and all kinds of Jobbing and Iron "Work done. All orders promptly 

attended to. 

]Vo. ISe IMCIDDI^ESEX STREET. 

AARON C. SAWYER, 

m^TT-^Z . SIANUFACTUEER AND DEALER IN 

%, GARiiAaES ma habhesses. 

^^^ Of every description. 

Repairing of all 
kinds done prompt- 
ly, and at reason- 
able prices. 

Nos. 161 and 163 Middlesex Street, Lowell, Mass. 





350 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



JOEL JEIsTKIIt^S, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



'J 



ALL KINDS OF CABRIAQ 

Carriage Ironing done at short notice. 

ARCH STREET, 

NEAR NASHUA & LOWELL EAILROAD DEPOT. 

JOSEPH STEVENS, 

56 Gorliam Street, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

Formerly on Fletclier ©t. 





J. KITTREDGE &, CO., 

House, Sign, Decorative Painters, 

AND ROOFERS, 

And Dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass, &c. 
Bfo. 34 rKESCOXX STJKEET. 

Store Shades furnished to order. 



JACOB ROGERS, 

Importer and Dealer in 

HARDWARE 



Agricultural Implements, 

(Wentworth's Building,) 
166 SIsrrimack, cor. Sbattuck St. 

LOWELL, MASS. 



RICHARDSON & CUTTER, 

ianitfarfwrers of §tif(fs, 

DOlTBIiE AlVD SIIVGI^E SHOT GUNS, 
AND PISTOIiS. 

Also Dealer in Cutlery, Shooting and Fishing 
Tackle of every description. Powder, Shot, Percus- 
sion Caps, &c. Fibhing Rods made to order. Guns 
and Pistols of all kinds, repaired in good style. 

No. 66 CENTRAIi STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



351 



JToliii JPetting-ell, 

MANUFACTUKER OF 

Cisterns, Print Blocks, and Wood 

Work generally used by 

3Ianufacfurers 

and others. 

Mechanics' Mills, Button St., Lowell. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND, MY 

i>-A.TE3srT iK,03sr ci3:iivfl:3srE-'2' c-a.i>, 

Which is a perfect protection to the tops of Chimneys, 

GEO. W. HARRIS, 

PROPRIETOR AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Harris's Patent Loom Harness 




ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

REEDS FURNISHED TO ORDER. 
La-^vrence Corporation. LoTvell, IMTass. 

85" Orders solicited and promptly attended to, and all work warranted. =®ft' 

L. C. X)ODaE, 

MANUFACTUKER OF 

FOR BABBITTING SHAFTING BOXKS. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

flie fM, BSASS, COPPER, IINC, PEWTEB, LEI.D, 
All kinds of Paper Stock. 

ISTos. 54 and 55 DXJTTOIST ST.-, T^O-WEJ^H., M:A.SS. 



352 



LOWELL DIEECTORY. 



^ 



AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, 

FOR THE RAPID CURE OF 
Coxiglis, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Cx'onp, Bron- 
chitis, Incipient Comsvinxptlon, and foi' the relief 
of Consnniptl^ee I*atlents In advanced Stages of 
the disease. 

So wide is the field of its usefulness, and so numerous arc the cases of its cures, that 
almost every section of country abounds in persons publicly known, who have been 
restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the luugs by its use. When 
once tried, its superiority over every other expectorant is too apparent to escape 
observation, and where its virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what anti- 
dote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary organs 
that are incident to our climate. While many inferior remedies thrust upon the com- 
munity have failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred 
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, and produced cures too numerous and 
too remarkable to be forgotten. 

We can only assure tlie public that its quality is carefully kept up to the best it ever 
has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all that it has ever done. 

Forthe'cure of Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery, Foul Stom- 
ach, Headache, Piles, Rheumatism, Heartburn arising from Disordered Stomach, Pain, 
or Morbid Inaction of tlie Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, Liver Complaint, 
Dropsy, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill. 

They are sugar coatetjj so tliat the most sensitive can take them pleasantly, and they 
are the best Aperient in the world for all the purposes of a fiimily physic. 

Prepared by J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Mass.. and sold by all Druggists. 



iSn 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 




Foreign & Domestic Fruits, Nnts, 

Pickles, Preserves, Condiments, Confectionery, Cigars, &c. 

109 CENTRAL ST., LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



363 



^W. F. B. BROOKS, 
HAIRDRESSINC, SHAVING, 

AND 

CHAIflPOOIIVO 8AI.OOI¥. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

PBRPUMEBY, FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, 
COLLAJRS Oin J^TJLa KINDS, &c., &c. 

No. are merrimack street, liOWELL, mass. 

N. B. — Children's hair cut in the neatest possible manner. Kazors honed to order. 

m:rs. j. e. lets^is, 

liiMau ^aprfic fc €{mHim\i lljgsitian. 



Mrs. L. will treat dis- 
eases of tlie body and 
mind witli YITALIZUfG 
MANIPUIATIONS, MAG- 
NETIC & BOTANIC Medi- 
cines, whicli at once 
invigorate and strengtli- 
en the system enfeebled 
by disease. 




Mrs. L. cares Can- 
cers with simple plas- 
ters, without ANY use 
of the Knife. Also 
cures the most stub- 
born cases of swelled 
neck by the laying on 
of her hands, i^ Call 
and see for yonrselves. 



Also manufactures NIHIVAS HAIR RESTORATIVE, for producing a lux- 
uriant growth of hair on the smoothest head, that has not been bald twenty years, and 
restores gray hair to its original color. 

OFFICE, 11 WORTHEN STREET, LOWELL. 

GEORGE M. RICHARDSON, 
HAIRDRESSINC, SHAVING, 

AND CHAMPOOING, 

Done in the best possible manner. RAZORS HONED TO ORDER. 

MONUMENT SQ., MERRIMACK ST„ LOWELL, MASS. 



354 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



LITCHFIELD & FORBUSH, 

DEALERS IN 

IDOIMZESTIO IDIi'^Sr-a-OODS- 

A FULL LINE OF 

Oent^s Furnishings Ooods, 

ALSO A LAEGE STOCK OF 

Choice Family (jroceries, and Country Produce, 

SOI.D rOU^ FOR CASH. 

Under AVamesit Bank, Middlesex Street, near Northern Depot) 

IS^" Goods delivered at any part of the city, free of charge. 

riiEIDEIilCE:: B-A.HOI>r, Apothecary. 

DEALER IN 




Drugs, Chemicals, Glassware, Herbs Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Proprietary and 

Fancy Articles, &c. 

Corner Merrimack and "Worthen Streets, Lowell, Mass. 

MORSE & GAGE'S 




Liverjf, Hack, Boarding, 



AND 

Sale Stal^le, 

Monument Square, Merrimack Street, LoweU, Mass. 

HORSES AND CARMAGES 

BOTJca-HT -A-isru SOLID oisr oois<a:35^issioisr. 

H. O. MORSE. J. E. GAGE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



355 



Oliver >V. F'lint, 

112 Moody Street, 

LO^WELL, MASS., 

Livery, Boarding, and Hack 

StEll>le. 

5)i^ GOOD TURN-OUTS FURNISHED FOR PARTIES, WEDDINGS, 
AND FUNERALS. 

Hacks run in oonnection with all Trains. 





JOHN F. ARLIN, 

Monument Excliange, 

Meals at all Hours. 

ALSO THE BEST 

Wines and Liquors. 
164 MERRIMACK ST., 

Lowell, Mass. 



HENRY SEWELL &. CO., 

(FROM THE OLD COUNTRY,) 

Practical Watch & Clock Makers, 

27 EAST MERRIMACK STREET, LOWELL, 
Working Jewelers & Silversmiths. 

Every description of EDglish and Foreign 

Watches and Clocks Made and Repaired 

on the shortest notice. Country orders will receive prompt attention 
55" All kinds of work respectfully solicited from the trade. 





S. I 




36 Central Street, Lowell. 



Chas. E Weston, 
PATTERN-MAKER. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 

Belt Makers' Machines, 

AND 

Tools, SardwarCf &c., 

ARCH STREET, SEAR KORTHERN DEPOT, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



356 



LOWELL DIKECTORY. 



HOWE & GREENHALGH, 

LLiii if Li 

CMANSUR'S BLOCK,) 



CHARLES FRANKLIN HOWE, 
FREDERIC T. GREENHALGH. 



LOWELL, MASS. 



DR. CUTTER'S CHEST-EXPANDING 

SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER-BRACES. 

Patented Jan. 31, 1S65. 

Adapted to the wear of either Ladies or Gentlemen, being alike beneficial to the 
health and copifort of both, are superior in style, beauty of finish, and durability, to 
all other Braces. 

DE. CUTTER'S ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS 

Are acknowledged by the most eminent Physicians to be the cheapest and 
most durable supporters in the market. 

We are the inventors and sole manufacturers of the renowned Eureka Sus- 
penders, which are allowed by every one to be the best and cheapest Suspen- 
ders ever offered for' sale. They are so constructed that they cannot fall from 
a man's shoulders, let his occupation be ever so laborious ; neither d(5 they pull 
the pants together behind, but allow them to hang quite natural. They do 
not crease the shirt bosom, as do the common Elastic Suspenders, by always 
slipping and falling from the shoulders ; having very little elasticity in the web 
that goes over the shoulders, but sufficient behind to make them the most com- 
fortable Suspenders ever manufactured. 

Manufactured and sold, at wliolesale and retail, by 

No. 48 CENTRAL STREET, LO'WELL. 

t!^=We also apply DR. KIGG'S PATENT HARD-RUBBER TRUSSES, which 
are warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Hernia, of short duration, we warrant to 
cure. These Trusses never wear out, always clean, and good as new. Call and 
examine. Advice free. 

CHARLES R. KIMBALL, 

Druggist & Apothecary 

WYMAN'S EXCHANGE, 

Liowell, Mass. 

Family Medicines and Physicians' Prescriptions put up at all 
hours, day and uight. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



I>. T^. HOIl^IVE. 



357 



ONIiT AGENT FOR 



TO 



IN LOWELL AND VICINITY, 

WESTERN" AVENUE, LOWELL, MASS, 

(Residence, 6 South Highland Street.) 

R. GOULDING, 



^, 



54 Button Street, Lowell, Mass. 
All Orders promptly attended to, and executed in the best manner. 

RESIDENCE, No. 83 BROADWAY. 
DEALER IN 




Mahoganyi Cherry and 
Hard Wood 

Coal, Wood, Flour, Lime, Cement, 
Bricks, Hay, &c. 



WESTERN AVENUE, LOWELL, MASS. 



ELIPHALET HILLS, 
WOOD TURNEE 



AND 



Pattern-Maker, 

Mechanics' Mills, Dutton St., 

LOAVEIiL, MASS. 



Milton Aldrich, 
WOODEN SCREWS 



AND 



Wood Turning, 

Mechanics' Mills, Dutton St., 

L.o\irell, Mass. 



358 LOWELL DIRECTOEY. 



A.. BA-OHELDER, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



BUNGS, BEER TAPS, VENTS, 

Provision and Deck Plugs of every description, 
BROADWAY, LOWELL, MASS. 

H. & A. WHITNEY, 

Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in all kinds of 

WESTERN, CANADA, AND NORTHERN 



BfeO 



PINE, OEDAE, SPEUOE, & HEMLOCK SHINGLES, 

Clapboards, L.atlis, Fence Pickets, Posts, dec, 

DIMENSION & BUILDING TIMBER. 
Western Ave., nearly opp. Wamesit Steam Mills, 

PLANING, SAWING, Sf MATCHING DONE TO ORDER. 

HIRAM WHITNEY. ALBERT WHITNEY. 

S. R. Fletcher & Son, S. R. FLETCHER & SON, 

(Successor to A. B. Ware & Co.,) 

HAT & BONNET 

BLEACHERY, 

No. 96 Merrimack St. 

Gentlemen's, Ladies', and Misses' Felt 
and Beaver Hats Blocked in the latest 
styles. 

05° All goods sent by Express will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 



PAPER BOX 

MAKERS, 

96 Merrimack Street. 



5:5- BO Ji NET BOXKS of all kinds 
constantly on hand. All kinds of Paper 
Boxes made to order. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



359 



JOHN S. JAQUES & CO., 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

POWER LOOM SHUTTLES, 

LOWELL, MASS., 

{fCr O Ji D :E Jt S PMOMPTZT ATTENDED T O. ^MH 

D. S. KIMBALL, 

Manufacturer of Improved 

COTTON & WOOLEN CARD SCREENS. 

Patented, 19th, 1861. 

ALSO 

FURNITTIEE, SHIRT, DRAWEES, AND 
STOCKING BOARDS, 

WAMESIT MILLS, BUTTON ST., 

r,OWEl.t., MASS. 




COE. OF BUTTON & FLETGHEE STS., 

Would inform the public that, in addition to his regular Cabinet business, he 
is prepared to do WOOD TURNING of all kinds; Mouldings of various 
kinds and forms, both straight, curved, and irregular ; Sweep and Fret Sawing 
of all kinds, and Carving. 

3Sj:EOP3:A.3srias' 3^d:iLnL.s, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

N. B. FAVOR & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

DOORS, SASHES, 

AND BLINDS, 

l^aniesit Steam •Mills, 
DUTTON STREET, 

l\l\Vt^'^.\ LOWELL, MASS. 




360 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

~ MOULTOisr & HILL, 
^ Dealers in O 

P5 Sawed, Split, and Delivered, in any part of the city. ^ 

J5 Office, Old Jail Yard, Button Street, O 

H NEAR WAMESIT MILLS, tf 

^ LO"WELL, MASS. ^ 

BMNIT! «l BODlIff, 



i>e:ale:rs in 




Corner Moody and Tremont Streets, 

LO^^^ELL, MASS. 



Wood Sawed to order, and Sawed Wood constantly on hand. 

5:5- Order Box at G. T. Williams' Jewelry Store, Post-office Building. 

F. E. BENNETT. H. H. RODLIFF. 

APPLETON STREET WOOD-YARD, 

PKOntlETOK. 

No. 53 Appleton Street, Lowell, Mass. 

Kindling Wood for Family and Mill use, of 
any dimensions, furnished to order. 

Also, Stove and Range Coal. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



861 




R. W. BAKER, 

CIVIL ENGINEER. 

Surveys of all kinds accurately made. 

City Government BId'g, Merrimack, cor. Shattuck St., 

WILLIAM E. LIVINGSTON, 





LIME, CEMENT, 

PLASTER, BRICKS, HAIR, LATHS, 

HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, &C., 
No. 9 THORNDIKE STREET, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



RAY & HILL, 

11 Middle St., Lowell, Mass. 

All kinds of FURNITURE REPAIRED in the most 
thorough manner. MATTfi^SSES, PEW CUSHIONS, 
and CUSHIONS of all kimJs, made over, or new ones 
furnished. NEW LOUNGES MADE TO ORDER. 
Curtain Hanging. Carpets fitted and put down. 

JS&' We warrant all our work, and our prices are low. 




W. H. RAY. 



J. HILL. 



362 



LOWELL DIEECTOEY. 



LOWELL MARBLE WORKS. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

AND 

Ornamental Marble Work, 

No. 181 Central Street, nearly opposite Tyler Street, lowell. 

Every description of Marble Work executed in the neatest manner, and at the most 
reasonable prices. 




ABOVE PAWTUCKET BRIDGE, DRACUT, MASS. 

stone Mason Tvork, in all its Branches, promptly attended to. 

W. COBURN. R. PARK. 

BLODGETT, REED, & PEASE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Corner Scbool Street antl Nashua Railroad, 

LOWELL, MASS, 
G. T. bi.oi>6i:tx, w. kci:]>, i,. ». pease. 



ADVEETISING DEPARTMENT. 



363 



B. H. PENHALLOW'S 

EXTENSIVE 

JOB PRINTIIVO ROOII8 

WYMAN'S EXCHANGE, LOWELL, MASS. 

This Establishment, whieh was commenced in June, 1846, is one of the verg largest 
and best in Massachusetts, for the rapid, perfect, and economical execution of JOB 
PRINTING, in its various branches. Its facilities are inferior to no other first-class 
Office in New England. 

Manufacturers, Merchants, Mechanics, Insurance Companies, Banks, Lawyers — in 
fact, all persons requiring Printing done neatly and promptly, on terms as low as any 
man can live and pay his Iwnest debts— are invited to call and examine the numerous 
specimens (both plain and faacy) of the work of this Office, which the proprietor will 
take pleasure in showing them. 

SMITH & WHITE, 

TINWARE MANUFACTURERS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

WOODEN, GLASS, AND BRITANNIA WARES, 

BROOMS AND ALL KINDS OF BRUSHES, &c. 

29 Middlesex Street - - Lowell, Mass. 

S^" Cash paid for Paper Stock and Old Jiink. 

Henry Smith. "Wesley J. White. 



B. S. HALE & SON, 

Manufacturers of 

Insulated Copper & Iron Wire, 

For Galvanic Batteries, Telegraphic and Philosophic purposes. 
Uj^LE'S flexible CONDUCTING CORD. 

Also ■WORSTED BRAIDS. 

WAMESIT POWER CO., formerly WHIPPLE'S MILLS^ 
LOWELL, MASS. 

B. S. HALE, JAMES B. HALE. 

All descriptions of Silk and Cotton Covered Wire manufactured to order. 

RUNELS, CLOUCH, & CO., 

§xm\\U ^mkxs 

Corner Middlesex 

AND 

Thorndike Streets, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

>e®=- All kinds of Granite Work done at short notice. Also Rough Granite 
furnished. ^ffiS' 





GEO. RUNELS. 



STILLMAN CLOUGH. 



KATHANIBL DAVIS. 



8. SWEATT, 



364 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



JACOB NICHOLS, 

DEALER IN 

New and Second-hand Furniture, Carpetings, 

Feathers, Mattresses, Stoves, Iron and Tinware. 

ALSO THE 

l^JCag-net Oook Stove, 

Xhe Seat Stove ever offered to the Pnbllc. 

COKNER OF BUTTON AND LOWELL STS., LOWELL, MASS. 

T^illiam ^XcDEHiolm, 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 



joob, ^\}m 




Of all kinds, 
best quali- 



No. 240 Merrimack Street, 

CZr" Particular attention 




antr ^uhhrs, 



and of the 
ty. 




fitting for Custom Work. 



lOWEll, MASS. 

paid to measuring and 



BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 

No. 9 East Merrimack St., 

LOWELL, MASS. 
All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to order in the most 
modern style. 
Repairing Neatly Done. 

DEALER IN 





ittts, Shmi 



»9 



AND 
H. TJ 33 E6 E: H. S, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

FDRElSrOH C-A.LF BOOTS -A-KTOD SHOES, 
JVo. 138 Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 365 

DANIEL LOVEJOY, 

(r<ate liovejoy <fe Bntterfield,) 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Paf if Kill Imgims Bars mi Pbttij 

RAG CUTTERS AND TRIMMING KNIVES. 
ALSO 

Planing, Stave, Shingle and Moulding Knives, Logwood 
Cutters, Shear Blades, 

MATCHER BITS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PATTERN KNIVES, 

:MA.r3B TO OE.IDER.. 

Corner of Rock and Cushing: Streets, L.owelI, Mass. 

All Orders and Patterns, or Letters of Inquiry, addressed as above, will be promptly 

attended to. 

RICHARD K I T S O N, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Kitson's Patent Cotton Machinery, 
RITSON'S PATEIVT RAG PICKER & WASTE MACHINES, 

AND 

IXeed-le DPointedL Oar<l Clotliing-, 

FOR CARDING 

Hemp, Jute, Flax, &c., 

WOBTHEN AND BUTTON STEBETS, LOWELL, MASS., 

55- Manufacturer of Machinery especially adapted for India Cotton; also Trunks 
for cleaning American and India Cotton. 



366 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

THOMAS F. BURGESS & CO., 

Engineers & Machinists, 

No. 233 3Iiddlesex Street, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

STATIONARY & PORTABLE 

&AN& AND OIEOULAE SAW MILLS, 

31111- Gearing and Shafting, Elevators, Cranes, Hydro- 
static Presses, ivith Stop- Valves and Pumps; 

Wcllman's Top Card Stripping Apparatus. 

EXPERIMENTAL MACHINERY; 

Mini SFiiil iililS Hi PiffliBi 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 



JOBBING, 

In all its branches, done promptly, and in the most thorough manner. 
Thomas F. Burgess. Otis Allen. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 367 

COLE & NICHOLS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



IRON & BRASS CASTINGS, 

Cor. Willey & Button Sts., Lowell, Mass. 

D. cor,i:. A.. F. sricsoi^s. 



4S=" Every description of Castings made at the shortest notice, and warranted not 
to be inferior to those of any othw Foundry. Special attention given to the Cast- 
ings of PULLEYS & HANGLRS. Orders can be sent by Express or Mail to Lowell. 

The Lowell Steam Boiler Works 

Are prepared to fnruisb 

ROTARY BLEACHERS, 

STE*flJfE BOILERS, 

STILL AND WATER TANKS 

Of every description, 

Button St., near Mechanics' Mills, Lowell, 



WILLIAM DOBBINS, PROPRIETOR. 



Repairing done at the shortest notice. Second-hand Boilers constantly on hand, and 

for sale. 



(Itopptt- Stamp, Stcittil, i %\at\\ €vAkx, 

For Cotton and Woolen Mills, Bleacheries, Etc. Also 
Head & T^arcl Stamps, Stamping Boxes, &c. 

EMBROIDERY STAMPS MADE TO ORDER. 
DESIGNING, LN ALL ITS BRANCHES, ATTENDED TO AT SHORT NOTICE. 

193 Gorham Street, Lowell, Mass. 



368 LOWELL DIEECTORY. 

BENJAMIN LAWRENCE, 

m:a.ch[inist, 

And Manufacturer of 

Engine and Hand Lathes, Planes, &c. 
Also Baluster IVIacliines, 

And Macbines for Bedstead Work^ 

LOWELL, MASS. 

MACHINIST, 




237 MIDDLESEX STEEET, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

Manufacturer of 

ENGINE & HAND LATHES 

SHAFTING, IRON PLANING, SCBEW CUTTING, &c.. 

Done at short notice. 

I^ooiii Harness Hooks a-xid Eyes, Strap Xlooks, 
Jack Hooks, Tlaread Guicles, &c. ; Siiperior Eelt 
Hiooks, Gate JHEooks and. Eyes, Sere^v Eyes and. 
iSoreM^ Hooks for IPictxire Frames and Miri'ors, 
xnaniifactnred from ISx'iglit Ii'on "Wire. 

Hooks with Nuts, or other Patterns, of any size or form, made at short notice, 

on reasonable terms. 

4^ Orders by mail or otherwise will receive prompt attention. 



MACHINIST & JOBBER, 

DEALER IN 

Door and Stencil Plates, 

STEEL ALPHABETS, FIGURES, LOCKS & KEYS, 
129 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

4®~ Bell-Hanging, Saw-Setting and Filing, Lock Ke- 
pairing, Key- Fitting, and all kinds of Job Work done in the best manner, on reason- 
able terms. CLOCKS CLEANED, REPAIRED, & WARRANTED. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 369 



I^AIVE & IVO^I'EL.l., 



s 






AND MjOTUPACTURERS OF 



Wool & Worsted Machinery, 

COR. FLETCHER & GUSHING STS., 



WOOL CARDS of all Dimensions now in nse. 

CONDENSING DRAFT, SEVEN-ROLL RTTBBERS FOR WOOL 
CARDS. 

SCALES FOR WEIGHING THE WOOL TO THE FIRST 
BREAKER CARDS. 

CARD GRINDERS, with Traversing Emery Cylinders. 

BRYANT'S IMPROVED PATENT HYDRO-EXTRACTORS. 

2 SPINDLE SCREW GILLS. 

2, 4, 6, and 12 SPINDLE DRAWING. 

NEW-ENGLAND COMBERS, for Coarse and Fine Work. 

FLAX AND HEMP MACHINERY. 

CARDS for CARDING RAG STOCK INTO LAPS for BATTING' 

THEY ALSO FURNISH 

SPINNING JACKS AND GODDARD'S BURRING CYLINDERS 
FOR WOOL CARDS. 

jyATSriJy 1L.-4L1VE. FOSTER NETVEIJL.. 



370 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



JOHN BUTCHER, 

Importer and Dealer in 

BAR, HOOP, & BAND IRON, 

Cast, Spring, Calking, German, Blister, and Sheet Steel, 

BODS, SHAPES, AXLES, CHAINS, HORSE NAILS, NUTS, MALLEABLE IRON, 
CARRLi^GE AND TIRE BOLTS, GRINDSTONES, &c. 

Manufacturer of A. Davis's improved 

C0MP0U14D M48NET0 EUOTBIG UmiH 



nES, 



For Medical purposes. Warranted to give better satisfaction than any other 
machine in the market. Mr. I), repairs all kinds of Magnetic Machines 
and Batteries in the best possible manner. 



like 




General Agent for the sale of FinUle &, liyoa's Sewing Machines. War- 
ranted to be the best Family Sewin? Machine in the market. All kinds of Sewing 
Machines Repaired, and warranted to give satisfaction. Singer and other Sewing 
Machines furnished to order. 

Shop, Mechanics' Mills. House, 88 Church Street. 

p. O. BOX, Bfo. 500, l.O^WTil.^L„ MASS. 

TRUMBELL & HASKELL, 

BEIili HANGERS, 

Clock Fixers, and General Jobbers, 

30 PRESCOTT ST., LOWELL. 

Razors and Scissors Ground and Honed in the best man- 
ner, and on short notice. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 371 

O. A. BUZZELL, 

IVo. 3 ]Vterrimacli Street, Lo>vell, 

UBALER IN 

STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS, 

Blank Books, Bibles, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Photograph Al- 
bums and Pictures, Perfumery, Hair Oils, Brushes, Looking- Glasses, 
etc. Also a good variety of Fruit and Confectionery constantly on 
hand. 

UPTON & BLAKE, 

Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of 

UPTON'S PATENT 

Shoulder Braces, 

The only PERFECT thing of tlie kind yet offered to 
the public. 

Patented Aug. 9, 1864. 
ALSO THE CELEBRATED 

The cheapest and best in the market. Patented April 18, 1865. 

Office, No. 5 John Street, Lowell, Mass. 




T. COSTELLO & CO., 

DEALERS IN FURNACES, 

Cooking, Parlor, & Office Stoves, 

KITCHEN FURNITURE, 

Lead, Copper, and Galvanized Iron Pipes; Copper Pumps; Iron Sinks; Enameled, 
Stamped, and French Ware. Agents for the renowned " LAWSON FURNACE, live 
sizes, suitable for heating dwelling-houses, schools, churches, and Public Buildings. 
Furnace "WorU, Pump Worlt, Tin Roofing &, Jobbing done to order. 

118 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 



372 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



Willow Dale, Tyng's Pond 

TYNGSBOROUGH, MASS. 




This delightful place for recreation is situated in the Townof Tyngsboro', Mass., about four miles 
from Lowell. By the margin of the lake are all the apparatus for the accommodation of parties, 
large or small. Cook-Houses, with Chowder- Kettles, Stovea, Crockery, Tables, and everything 
necessary for a feast amidst the whispering Tines. Refreshment Saloons, one for Ladies, and one 
for Gentlemen, Bowling' Saloon, Dancing Platform, Swings, Ball and Pins, Cap and Ball, Hook 
and Ring, Quoits, Tilts, Air Guns, and innocent games and amusements of all kinds. The fleet of 
boats is unsurpassed in number or variety in these parts, consisting of Schooners, Sloops, Wheel- 
Boats, Club-Boats, Single and Double Scull Wherries, Canoes, Dories, Skiffs, and Fishing Boats, 
of all kinds. One Stone Cottage and one Log Cabin, furnished with Cook Stoves, Ice Chests, Bed- 
steads, Tables, Chairs, &c. Parties that wish to rough it for a long or short time can engage them, 
and not be disturbed by others. The grounds are cut up into pleasant drives and paths, set out 
with ornamental and forest trees, and scattered around are Busts and full-length Statues of the 
great and good, cut from solid blocks of wood, by a cunning worker in wood. Large Parties, 
Societies, Picnics, Military and Fire Companies, Lodges, and Clubs, that take an excursion dur- 
ing the hot months, will find this place free from the scum and fag ends of humanity that follow in 
their trail to places bordering on railroads. It is but nine years since the place was first started, 
but its popularity has far outstripped places much older. Its patronage has increased every year, 
and it is now considered an institution of this region. 

JOIVA. BOITEBS, Proprietor, 

No. 70 PAWTUOKET ST., LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 373 

CAST STEEI. irORMS 

OF 

ESSEN, RHENiSH-PRUSSIA, 

AMERICAN OFFICE, 28 PLATT STREET, NEW YORK. 



CA.ST STEEL H^ILS, 

Patent Cast Steel Railway Tires, 

WHEELS, AXLES, SPEDIGS, " OEANZ PINS, &c. 
BOILER PLATES, 

roIjI^eUj nYE^ ^jrn tool, steejl, 

THOMAS PROSSSR & SON, 

Sole Representatives in America. 

DRILLS, RIMEK-COUNTERSINKS, EXPANDERS, 

ETO., 

STEEl WIRE AID IHMEBOi fiE BRPSflES, 

Spring Steel Scrapers, 
FEEEULES FOE EEPAIEING LEAKY TUBES, 

ARTESIAN, OIL, & SALT WELL TUBING, 

THOMAS PROSSER & SON, I 

No. 2§ PI.ATT STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



374 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF I^IVERPOOi:., ENGIiASiD. 

A^uthorized Capital _ - - ^10,000,0000. 

I»alcl up Capital and ©ixrpliis - $0,000,000. 

The above amounts represent gold. 

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or LIVEEPOOL, ENGLAND. 

^ PERCY M. DOVE, - MANAGER. 

Insurance against loss by FIRE, at current rates. 

Policies issued and all losses settled at the 

BOSTON OFFICE, Nos. 1 & 3 KILBY STREET. 

STEPHEN" HIGK&rNTSON, 
Agent & Attorney for the Company . 
WIZLIAJtr C. HIOGINSON, Surveyor. 



This institution, one of the largest Insurance Companies in the world, was estab' 
lished in 1845 ; and the rapidity of its growth is attested by the fact that in twenty 
years from its commencement it has, without amalgamation, attained to an 

Annual Fire Premium exceeding Tivo Bullions of Dollars. 

Among the causes of this unexampled success may be mentioned, 
1st. The wise determination of the office, from the start, to make the entire secu- 
rity of the assured the paramount consideration ; to which end the Reserve Fund has 
been annually increased, so that when the grkat fire of London occurred in 1861, 
resulting in a loss to this office neaxly reaching the enormous sum of 400,000 dol- 
lars, the surplus funds held to meet such contingencies were not only sufficient, 
without encroaching on the capital of the Company, but they left far more than the 
amount then called for yet in reserve. 

2d. Promptitude and liberality in the settlement of claims have largely 
contributed to secure for the Royal, wherever its business extends, the strongest posi- 
tion in the confidence of the public. The high character uniformly maintained by the 
company in this respect has been conclusively demonstrated by its honorable adjust- 
ment of losses incurred from fires in every quarter of the globe. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



375 



FACTORY FEEE AND FORCING PUMPS, 

COUPLINGS, UNIONS, PIPES AND FITTINGS, 

Made and constructed by 

HENRT N. STONE, 133 Commercial St., Boston. 

EDSON'S PATENT 

Deep Well, Hydrant, Yard, and Kitchen 

FOXJisxxA.iisr F TJ j^jx. :e> s. 

Tanners', Hatters', Boiler-Prorers', Mine and Bacon Forcing 
Pumps; Pipe and Packing, Hose Connexions, Lead and Gal- 
vanizei Suction. Pumps refitted, cheap, for cash. Other things we cannot mention. 





S-^O^EI'S TJEMTIVIv I>EFOT, 

510 Washington Street (Odd Fellows' Hall), Boston, 

Manafactnrer and Dealer In ttll kinds of 

Ladies' and Gent's Trunks^ Valises, and Bags, 

Chevalier's Dental Depot, 

32 WINTER STREET, 

BOSTON. 

Dentists can obtain, at the above named Depot, a full 
assortment of all materials used in their profession. 



GEO. CHEVALIER, M. D. 



376 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



(SUCCESSORS TO F. A. STEELE,) 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fashionable Upholstery Goods, 

WlWnOW SSADJES, &c,, 
387 WASHINGTON STREET, 



GEOBGE W. COPP. 
EDWARD W. PEAR. 



Corner of Avery Street* 



BOSTON. 



PARKER SEWING-MACHINE, 




PRICE, FIFTY DOLLARS. 

SAMUEL W. HODGES, Agent, 
Salesroom, 106 Tremont SL, Boston, Mass. 

I*. SOHOULLER & SON, 



714 Washington Street, Boston. 

Billiard Tables of different varieties of wood, with the latest improvements and 
Patent French MasHa Cushions. 

Tables, Balls, Cues, Cue Wax, Cue Points, Cue Clamps, French Cue Gum, Cue Cut- 
ters, Cord, Fringe, Worsted, Silk, and Linen Pockets, Pocket Trimmings, French 
Chalk, Brushes, and Cloths, constantly on hand. 

Particular attention paid to setting up and repairing BUliard Tables, with our latest 
improvements and Patent Cushions, at short notice. Cheapest and most durable in 
the city. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



377 



T. WILSON STRATTON, 

€dkttax anb ^tmxvil §itsintss %Qmi, 

23 State Street, Boston. 

Office Boars from 9 to 11 A.. 91., and 3 to 5 P. in. 

Special attention paid to the Adjustment of Claims, of every description, throughout 
the Union. 

Prompt personal effort given to the collection of debts, dues, and demands, in 
Boston and vicinity; also to the recovery of personal property on lease or 

MORTGAGE, UPON BREACH OF CONDITIONS. 



IVHOIiESALE AND RETAIL DEAtiKRS IN 

Agricultural Imple^nentSf Machines arid Seeds, 

Comprising the following : — 
Horse-Power and Threshing Ma- 
chines; Buckeye Mowing Ma- 
chines; Hay, Straw, and Corn- 
Stalk Cutters ; Corn-Sliellera ; 
Ploughs of different patterns; 
Cultivators; Horse-Hoes; Har- 
rows; Cider Mills and Presses; 
Lard and Wine Presses; Seed 
Sowers; Fan Mills; Field and 
Garden Rollers ; Sausage-Meat 
Cutters & Stuffers ; Store Trucks ; 
Draft and Trace Chains ; Shovels ; 
Hoes ; Spades ; Hay and Manure 
Forks; Scythe Snaiths ; Horse 
and Hand Rakes ; Wheelbarrows ; 
Churns; Vegetable-Cutters ; 
Axes ; Axe and Pick Handles ; 
Apple-Parers ; Self-Sealing Cans 
and Jars for Fruit; Ox- Yokes; 
Ox-Bows; Grindstones; Garden 
Engines ; Bailey's Patent Wringer 
and Wasliing Machine ; Sher- 
man's, Empire, and Weston's 
Wringers; Carriage-Jacks, &c., 
_= — I.., I &o. Also, Grass, Field, and Gar- 
den Seeds ; Trees, Shrubs, Vines, &c. Pure Peruvian Guano ; Coc's Super- Phosphate 
of Lime; Ground Bone; Brace's Fertilizer, Poudrette, &c., &c. 

49 North Market Street, and 46 Merchants' Row, Boston. 




Native Indian Physician, 

Oin:Er'ICE, No. 63 CAM:BRrD&E STREET, 
(Corner of Chamber), BOSTON. 

And Tanner Street, Junction of Ayer's New City and Lowell 
Railroad, Lowell. 

Particular attention paid to the treatment of Chronic Diseases of the 
liiver, and all Diseases arising from Impurity of the Blood. 



378 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 




THE ANALYTICAL 

SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. 

DR. J. IVESLEY KEL.LEY, 

(Successor to his father the late Dr. J. C. Kelley,) 
Office, 200 XremoDt Street, 

(Near Boylston street.) 
Dr. Kelley can be personally consulted at 200 
Tremont street. The sick are invited to call. Ad- 
vice free. 

j8®- All letters or orders for Medicines must be 
addressed 

200 Tremont Street, 
Dr. Kelley's only office in Boston. 



:E3:XJI^TT', lLr2'01<T Ss CO., 

(Established by X. Hunt In 1847.) 
TVo. Se I3EV01VISMIIIE STUEET, HOSTOTST. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

Best Oak-Tanned Leather Belting, 

Of all widths, double and single. 

BELL CORD, round and flat, REGULATOR BELTS, Ac. 

RAILi"WAY BELTS, of perfect and uniform thickness. 

Mixed Oak and Hemlock Tanned LEATHER BELTINO. 

Particular attention is paid to the selection of Belting Leather, the Oak-tanned 
being of the celebrated Singmaster tannage, and the mixed tannage of the best 
sl.aughtered hides. It is received directly from the Tanners; and all \\\e finishing 
necessary to produce a perfect belt is executed under the supervision of Mr. Lyon, by 
experienced workmen, with the aid of the most approved machinery. 

x=t.XT::B3B£:xi. lEixsxj'X'ziNrG-. 

steam Packing, Engine Hose, Gaskets, &c., of all sizes and thicknesses. 
Also constantly supplied with extra quality Lace Leather, Flax and Hemp Packing, 
Belt Rivets, Burrs, Hooks, Studs, Punches, &c. 

HOSE riPEs A.x]> COIJPI.IXOS. 

PATENT SOLID COTTON" B KLTINGf-. 

4®" Belts made to order and warranted. 



]>A]\IEIi J. CARRUTH & CO., 




-V- 



Importers and Dealers 
in 

Tobacco, Snuff, 

Cigars, Pipes, 
WIWES, AI.E, 

POETER, 

AND CIDER. 







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"«S(r^3y! 



61 & 63 BliACKSTONE STREET, BOSTON, 

J. CARRUTH. 



S. P. MARSH. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 379 

C|e Union ^km Jan ^^ktufr Co. 

Manufacture the most economical Blower in existence, as regards fuel, 
and taking fifty per cent less power than any other Blower, doing away 
with all Belting, Counter-shafts, or Hangers, running independent of an 
engine, and adapted to every style of work. 

Manufactory, 20 Broadway, Taunton. 

Office, 49 Congress Street, Boston, 3Iass, 

GILBERT W. PRATT, AGENT. 

JOHN HANCOCK 

Mutual Life Insurance Co., 

No. 4:1 state St., Boston, Mass. 

The first Company to make all its policies strictly non-forfeitdble. This company 
embraces all the substantial improvements in the system of Life-insurance, and in- 
sures every description of risk contingent on human life. It makes all its Endow- 
ment Policies — which are payable to the assured on his attaining any age specified, 
or to his representatives in case of prior decease — non- forfeitable, by allowing the as- 
sured, at avy time after 07ie annual payment has been made, to cease all further pay- 
ments and receive " a paid up non-forfeiture policy " for the full proportion paid for, 
without cost or discount. The " John Hancock" is tile first and only Company to issue 
such policies. 

Premiums may be paid annually, semi-annually, or quarterly ; and may be paid part 
in cash and part in note, at the option of the assured. 

niriDENDS IHECJjAItEI) EVERT FIFTB TEAR, AND IMME- 
niATEZT PAID IN CASH. 



No Policy Fee or Medical Examiner's Fee Charged. 

Pamphlets, blank forms of application, &c., will be furnished at the office of the 
Company, or by any of its agents. 

GEORGE F. SINGER, President. GEO. B. IGER, Secretary. 

BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURER, 

BOSTON. 

The undersigned manufactures Billiard Tables of various 
kinds of wood, with all the latest improvements, at the 
lowest prices that they can be obtained in tlie city or else- 
where. These tables are in use in this city, throughout the 
country, the British Provinces, East Indies, and California, 
and are well recommended wherever they are used. 

Also Small Tables for Parlors, and Second-hand Tables. 

Tables taken down and set up, and repairing done at short notice. 

All the appurtenances belonging to the business constantly on hand. 




380 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



HAWTHORNE & LOUDON, 

Plumbers, & Dealers in Plumbers' Materials, 

IVos. lO &. 12 Province Street, Boston. 

Second door from School Street., opposite New City Hall. 
N.B. — Orders received from any part of the New-England States. 

HOBKET HAWTHORN. JAMBS LOUDON. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




rd Tables, 

No, 7 MINOT BUILDINGS, 

Junction Court & Sudbury Sts., Boston. 

With Patent Improved Combination Cushions and Patent Pocket Irons, Billiard 
Balls, Ten-Pin Balls, and Pins. 

Balls, Cloths, Cues, Cue Points, Cue Cutters, Cue Wax, Cue Wafers, Maces, 
Bridges, Pockets, Pocket Trimmings, &c., constantly on hand. 

aCr Particular attention given to making Four-Pock Jt Tables. 



Artists' Colors and Materials. 
M. J. WHIPPLE & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 

Artists' p:Htomls, 

TUBE OIL COLORS, PREPARED 
CANVAS, 

35 OOENHILL, BOSTON. 

Draining Materials tu every 
variety. 



Stained and Cut Glass 

MANUFACTORY, 

By J. M. COOK, 

Nob. 106, 108, & 110 CONGRESS ST., 

BOSTON, MASS. 

J. M. C. having perfected arrangements 
for duing a more extensive business in the 
Manufacturing of Stained and Cut Glass 
in all its branches, and especially in get- 
ting up Memorial Cliurcti AVindovrs 
in all of the best styles, hopes to give the 
best of satisfaction. 

We also get up the best style of Panel 
Lights, Skylights, Flocks, Enameled, Em- 
bossed, Plain and Stained Glass of all 
colors. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



381 



^\rir,Li^M EDSON, 

€i\}x{ (^w^imx ^ ^oliritor of |atmte, 

STUDIO BUILDING, ROOM NO. 10, 

No. 110 TREMONT STREET. 

Letters Patent Procured, Caveats Filed. 

NEW MACHINES DEVISED OR DESIGNED. 

Working Drawings for Buildings, Bridges, Machinery, &c., executed, 

AMERICAN WATER-WHEEL CO. 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Manufactorers of 




Warren's Celebrated Tttrbiiie Water Wheel & 51ill-Work 

OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. 

The late improvements in his Turbine render it the most economical, durable, sim- 
ple, and the cheapest of any now in use. 

A pamphlet containing complete engravings of the Warren Turbine, a Treatise on 
Hydraulics, prices, &c., will be forwarded to applicants (two stamps inclosed), to any 
part of the Union. Address, 

ALONZO WARREN, Agent, 31 Exchange Street, Boston. 

XANUFACTORT, J^o. 387 FEDERAL ST. 



382 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 




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OTI§ BROTHERS & CO., 

SUCCESSORS TO E. GRAVES OTIS, 

Original inventor of the SAFE- 
TY RATCHET, and other 
safety and economic devices by 
which the platform is instantly 
locked to the Guide Posts on the 
breaking of the Lifting Rope, and 
no power is consumed excepting 
what is actually required to do 
the work. 

The extensive demand for these 
machines during the last twelve 
years, from all parts of the coun- 
try, is a sufficient proof of their 
superiority as regards safety, du- 
rability, and convenience in use, A great variety of HOISTING MACHINERY, 
adapted to every kind of business and power, in constant process of manufacture, and 
furnished at the shortest notice, SEND FOR A CIRCULAR. Address, 

YoBikers, ]¥.Y. 




.,nt«s»" 



OFFICE, 

307 BROADWAY, 

NEW-YORK CITY. 




INDEX TO OUT OF TOWN ADVEETISEMENTS 

IN ■ 

LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



Agricultural Implements. 

Parker, Gaunett & Osgood 377 

Artists' Materials. 

Whipple M. J. & Co 380 

Belting. 

Hunt, Lyon & Co 378 

Billiard Tables. 

Came J. E. & Co 380 

Heims H 379 

SchouUer P. & Son 376 

Blacksmiths. 

Stone H. N 375 

Books and Stationery. 

Merriam G. & C back colored 

Brass Founder and Finisher. 

Stone H.N 375 

Cast Steel Works. 

Prosser Thos. & Sou 373 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Carruth 1). J. & Co 378 

Civil Kngiueer. 

Edson Wm 381 

Collector. 
Stratton T. W 377 

Dental Depot. 

Chevalier Geo 375 

Directories. 

Sampson, Davenport & Co 6 

Factory Force Pumps. 

Stone H.N 375 

Fertilizers. 

Bradley Wm. L back colored 

Furnaces. 

Chilson Gardner front col'd 

Hoisting Machinery. 

Otis Brothers & Co 382 

Insurance. 
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co- -379 

Royal Insurance Co .374 

Iron Tubing. 

Prosser Thos. & Son 373 

Labels and Tags. 

Dennison & Co front cover 

Leather Belting. 

Hunt, Lyon & Co 378 

Macliinists. 

Otis Brothers & Co 382 

Stone H.N 375 



Patents CSolicitor of ). 

Edson Wm 331 

Physicians. 

Birmingham S. T 377 

Kelley J. Wesley 378 

Plumbers. 

Hawthorne & Loudon 380 

Publishers. 

Merriam G. & C back col'd 

Sampson, Davenport, & Co. (direc- 
tories 6 

Pun»ps and Ship Fixtures. 

Stone H.N 375 

Railway Tires. 

Prosser Thos. & Son 373 

Scales. 
Fairbanks, Brown & Co. . .front colored 

Howe's Standard back cover 

Reynolds Geo. B back cover 

Se-vving Machines. 

Hodges Samuel W .376 

Sliip Fixtures. 

Stone H. N 375 

Ship Stores. 

Stone H. N 375 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Cook James M 380 

Steam Fan Bloiver. 

Union Steam Fan Blower .379 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 
Clogston T. S. & Co back col'd 

Stoves, Furnaces, &,c. 

Chilson Gardner front col'd 

Super Phospliate of Lime. 

Bradley Wm. L buck col'd 

Trunks, ^c. 

Sage O. W 375 

Upholstery Goods. 

Copp & Pear 376 

"Water Wheels. 

Warren Alonzo 381 

Windlasses and Capstans. 

Stone H.N 375 

Window- Shades. 

Copp & Pear 376 

"Wines, dtc. 
Carruth D. J. & Co. 378 



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384 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



BUBBMK & WINNEK. 



lEiiiT TilMi; 



No. 53 CENTRAL ST., 



LOW^ELL. 



CHARLES H. BURBANK. WILLIAM C. WINNEK. 



Has returned to Lowell, and by diligent and extensive study in this country and 
in Europe, is now prepared to give the best treatment yet known for all forms of 
disease. Special attention given to Consumptive, Dyspeptic, Cancerous, and 
other difficult complaints. 
Wo. 9 CENTRAL STREET. Office Hours from 5 to 9, P.M. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO., 



]¥©. 47 CO]¥GRESS STREET, 

B0ST03>T, 

Have for sale all Directories published in the United States, 
and many from Canada and Europe. 



N. C. SANBORN, 




5> O Is/L errimsLok: Street, 
LOWELL, MASS, 

\X^ Mr. S. would respectfully call the attention of his old patrons and the public 
generally, to a new and beautiful branch of the art, namely, the OPAL or PORCE- 
LAIN PICTURE, which he is prepared to finish either as Transparencies for Lamp 
Shades, or to view by reflected light. All are invited to call and examine specimens. 

M. W. EMERSON, 

(SUCCESSOR TO GEO. E. MITCHELL.) 




No. 89 MERRIMACK STREET, 

Having a room which is easy of access (up only one flight of stairs), and a complete 
set of apparatus, 1 trust that the Pictures produced at my Rooms will be found not in- 
ferior to those taken at any other establishment. 

Particular attention paid to Copying Pictures. Fine Photographs produced from 
small miniatures, and finished in Ink, Oil, and Water Colors, as may be desired. Views 
taken; also, Pictures of sick or deceased persons, when desired. 



F. P. COGGESHALL, 



DEALER IN 



iiiii iii STif liliEifc 

51 MEEEIMACK STREET, 



4 •»•» » 



BLANK BOOKS MABE TO ORBEB. 

Agent for Dennison's Patent Direction Labels and Sargent's Patent 
Embossing Press. 



"WEDDINQ AND VISITINQ CARDS, 

ENGRAVED AND EXECUTED IN THELATEST STYLES. 

Drs. a. & G. W. LAWRENCE, 



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ESTABLISHED 
1839. 

nSTO. 9 JOHN ST., LO^^ELri. 

Some half dozen diplomas and first premiums have been awarded as 
above, and can be inspected by those who require such aids to credulity. 



GEORGE SMITH, 

DEALER IN 

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TESTINGS, 

AND 

No. 222 Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass. 

TWO DOORS BELOW FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

ALL KiNDS OF GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER. 




2 aud 4 A^DOVER STREET, LOWELL. 



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WEARE CLIFFORD, 

SILK, COTTON, AND WOOLLEN DYER, 

WILL DYE AND FINISH IN THE BEST MANNER 

Broadcloths, Cassimeres, &c. 

Satins, Lustrings, Crape, Plush, Lace Veils, Silk and Cotton Velvet, Sewing Silk, 
Silk Crape, Worsted and Cotton Shawls, Yarn and Worsted (high colors for lace work, 
carpets, &c.), ItaUan and French Crapes, Leghorn and Straw Bonnets, 

GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, &C.; 

Also, Ladies' Dresses of every description; Gentlemen's Coats, Pants, Vests, &c. 
Cleanse and finish Gentlemen's Coats, Pants, and Military Garments, Merino Shawls, 
Carpets, Table Cloths, &c. 

Mildews and Stains removed from Linen and Cotton Goods. 



HOWE & GOODHUE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SUPERIOR CARD CLOTHING, 

FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MACHINERY. 

— ALSO— 

STBIPPING CARDS, 

OF VARIOUS SIZES. 

Nos. 90 & 93 ]?Iarket Street, L.owell, mass. 



WM. L. BRADLEY, 



MANUFACTURER OP 



Coe's, Bradley's Patent, and "X L," 

SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME. 

firadlefs Palent Tobacco Fertilizer, 

Bone Coal for Sugar Refiners, 

MSI fflOTiB mm, mm mim, 

IVORY BLACK FOR BLACKING MANUFACTURERS, 

For Gun Manufacturers, 

AQUA AMMO^^IA, SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, &C. 
, SAtES OFFICE, 

24 Broad Street, - - - - Boston. 

MANUrACTORZES, 

Fine Islgund, ]R/Oxb"ary5 IMIslss. 
l>Tortli 'WeymoTith., - - Ivlass. 



T. S. CLOGSTON & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

T. S. Clog'ston's Patent Hi«ii and Low Pressnre Self-Reo-nlating 

STEAIVI-H EATING APPARATUS 

For Warming and Ventilating Dwelling-Houses, JMills, Factories, and I'ublic Buildings. 

Silver Medal awarded at the Mechanics' Fair, Boston, 1865. 




T. S. CLOGSTOiWS PATEIVT STEAM RADIATOR, 

FOR HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE. 

Office and Manufactory, 80 & 82 SUDBURY STREET, 

(CODMAN BUILDINGS.) fiOST'OiH, 






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It contains 10,000 WORDS and ME.\NINGS not found in other Dictionaries. 

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FIELDING & BAETLETT, 

136 CE]¥TRA1. STREET, EO^VEEI., 

DEALERS IN 



House and Cabinet Trimmings, 

NAILS, LEAD, ZINC, 
Emery, filue, Sand Paper, Emery Paper and Cloth^ 

IROIV, BRASS, AND COPPER WIRE, 

SHEET BRASS, VISES, VANES, AND SCALES. 




TOOLS 

OF AIL KINDS, FOR 

Carpenlers, Machinists, and Moulders, 



AgrieMltujral Impl©m©nits« 

KNIFFIN MOWING MACHINES, 



Kimball's Wheel Horse-Rake, 
doe's diamond furrow ploughs, 
Iron and Wood Frame Cultivators, 

ames' shovels and spades, 
YOKES, OX-BOWS, CHURNS, HOES, 
SCYTHES, RAKES, &c. 




10 r@ 
Oiir Assortment of Seeds is the most complete in Lowell, 

CONSISTING OF 

ALL KINDS, FOR FIELD AND GARDEN, 



H. H. AVILDER & CO., 



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PLUMBERS, BRASS FOUNDERS, 



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Tin and Sheet-Iron Workers. 



ALSO, AGENTS FOR 



€HII.SO]¥'S COIVE FTRI^ACE, 



AND 



DOUBLE ELEVATED OVEN RANGE. 

I Wo. 8 Jackson Street, tOWELIi, MASS. 

Dealer in Barstow's Model Cook and other First Class 

Go@kiiif and Parlor St@¥©s» 



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HOLLO^V WARE, 
Cast Iron Sinks and other Castings, 

COPPER PUMPS 

AND 

And ManufacturfliJ of 



Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware, 

No. 135 MIDDLESEX STREET, 



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